Coventry City is about to receive £ 25,000 after Calome Wilson made his debut in England.
The 26-year-old is currently the highest-scoring English striker scoring English in the Premier League with seven goals marked his first appearance in England with a goal against the United States.
A graduate of the former Sky Blues Academy was sold to Bournemouth in 2014 for £ 3.5 million with various extras, including the payment of one of the cherries if the Coventry native player ever came to play in England.
But Coventry seems to have sold themselves short and will benefit significantly more if James plays for the Three Lions.
Former Sky Blues striker Callum Wilson talks about his first England call
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The 21-year-old was called to Gareth's class in South Gate in October, but was not exploited against Spain and Croatia and missed the injury this time.
Norwich City were caught in line to get around 1 million pounds from Leicester City if and when Coventry was born in a forward-looking Southgate, as part of a £ 22million deal that took him from Carrow Road to King Power Stadium last summer.
The Sky Blues have already enjoyed a clause to sell on their deal when they sold the former Academy Star of the Canaries in 2016 and will receive 10 percent of the payment Norwich will receive from the foxes on his first appearance in England.
This means City could be in line for a one-time payment of £ 100,000, which makes Wilson's payment seem quite boring in comparison.
Bournemouth was in the championship at the time of Wilson's sale, when international honor may seem very far away.
But he helped Eddie Ho's people get to win the Premier League in his first season and possibly also played for his country before it was not for a long time to lie-off of two cross-knee injuries.
Wilson, meanwhile, discovered before his three lions bow that he was only once to Wembley once – to watch the Municipal Club at his win the Checkatrade Cup in 2017.
"As a young boy, playing with your friends, you always play Wembley again, things like that," he said, talking to the Guardian.
"It will be one against one, where you would try to score to move on to the next round.Yes, it was competitive, but even then I hoped that one day it would happen.
"I've never been on the Wembley field, even when I was in Coventry or playing [on loan] At the convention, I always said I would play here in England.
"I was injured when Bournemouth played Tottenham.
"If you play this week, if that happens, it will be a dream come true, from the moment I entered, I felt I should be here, my plays this season justified my choice, I felt comfortable joining."
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