Ross barkley is an English footballer who plays for Everton and the England national team. Playing for several different England youth teams Barkley impressively made his debut for the senior Three Lions team in September 2013 aged just 19 years old.
Barkley was born on the 5th of December 1993 in Liverpool, England and he began his career at Everton aged 11 years old and he progressed through the youth teams and he made his debut for the senior side on the opening day of the 2011-12 season against Queens Park Rangers in a 1-0 defeat. Prior to his debut Barkley suffered a horrific leg break where his leg was broken in three places.
In September 2012 barkley joined Sheffield Wednesday in a one month loan deal and then to Leeds United in 2013. On his return to Everton Barkley scored his first goal for the club on the opening day of the 2013-14 season against Norwich City in a -2 draw. This prolific form resulted in an England call-up by Three Lions manager Roy Hodgson and he made his England debut in September 2013 coming off the bench for Jack Wilshere in a 4-0 win against Moldova. Barkley is one of the most promising English midfielders in the Premier League.