BREAKING: Phil Foden and his girlfriend visit a psychic and immediately receive predictions about Euro 2024

It may not take tarot cards to predict Manchester City’s stars are among the shining stars of the tournament after a brilliant domestic season.

Predictions about Euro 2024 are not always accurate, but striker Phil Foden is “preparing” quite carefully for a big tournament after his exploits at Manchester City.

Phil Foden will certainly enter the opening match of the Three Lions with such confidence after the male player visited a psychic the night before the tournament.

Foden won another Premier League title under Pep Guardiola, while also claiming many individual honours. But international honors remain the only thing that eludes the 24-year-old after suffering at the final Euros in 2021 and the World Cup 18 months later.

Can all that change this summer? According to Chloe – A psychic based in Staffordshire, the omens are very good. The Sun reports that Foden and partner Rebecca Cooke visited the psychic before flying to Germany for a tarot reading, and the score prediction appeared to be the usual positive verdict.

She explains: “I love reading to Phil and Becca, who are both very spiritual and kind people! Surely a lot of luck is coming to Phil . ” Whether that means he’ll score a late winner in a crucial playoff game or just stay out of traffic remains to be seen in the near future. A source told the Sun: “Phil is as keen to complete his reading as Rebecca, especially with a big tournament coming up.”

He must have been quite impressed when he gave away discount codes to his followers on social media after the trip. Luckily for England fans, Foden isn’t just relying on the supernatural but admits a little bit of luck isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

After all, Gareth Southgate’s side were just inches away from being European champions in a penalty shootout three summers ago and if captain Harry Kane converts, their World Cup adventure could be extends beyond the quarter-finals.

The male player shared with the Mail: “Sometimes in big matches, football only has very small profits. A big moment. A player can create something from nothing or something that goes against you. I feel like in those big games you almost need a little bit of luck on your side and we were a little bit unlucky. Harry has that pen and if he puts it away it’s a different story.”

Phil Foden will almost certainly start in England’s opener against Serbia on Sunday evening, although the striker may be moved to the left wing to make way for Jude Bellingham.

It was a decision that Three Lions legend Wayne Rooney disagreed with, instead believing everything would go down to Man City’s trump card.

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