LEE CARSLEY will reportedly consider his future as England Under-21s boss after the Euros this summer.
ReutersFrank Lampard was sacked by Everton in January[/caption]
ReutersSteven Gerrard was axed by Aston Villa last October[/caption]
GettyScott Parker recently had a disastrous 67-day spell with Club Brugge[/caption]
Lampard, 44, Gerrard, 42, and Parker, 42, all have experience managing in the Premier League.
The trio will be sounded out by the FA if Carsley does leave his position, according to the Daily Mail.
Carsley, 49, has previously managed Brentford and Birmingham City.
It’s said the FA are keen on bringing more ex-internationals into the fold.
Lampard and Gerrard both won over 100 caps for the England senior team, while Parker played 18 times for the Three Lions.
Parker was sacked by Belgian club Club Brugge last week after a disastrous 67-day spell in charge.
That leaves all three currently out of work, and the Mail say the trio would be likely to consider the role with the Young Lions if Carsley does choose to walk away.
The Under-21 Euros in Georgia and Romania get underway in June.
Ahead of the tournament Carsley and Co have friendlies against France and Croatia later this month.
Carsley has spent the last two years in charge of the Under-21s.
He previously spent 10 months as boss of the Under-20s.
GettyLee Carsley will reportedly consider his future after the Euros[/caption]