After featuring in the success of the Syrenka Cup, Coniah and Jadan have once again been selected in England’s U17 latest squad.
At the early stage of his career, Reading goalkeeper Coniah is already emerging as a future prospect for both club and country.
The 16-year-old has been linked with a move to English football’s elite, including the likes of Manchester United keeping tabs on his progression.
As England U17s’ man between the posts, Coniah was influential in the Three Lions lifting the Syrenka Cup, saving two penalties in the shoot-out win against hosts Poland.
The winning spot-kick was struck by Jadan, who like Coniah, has seen his profile rise further since the tournament was held in September.
An advanced midfielder, Jadan has been a highly regarded talent at Crystal Palace, where the 15-year-old has been dazzling the club’s academy with his skill and flair.
Playing three games in four days at the Pinatar Arena on the east coast of Spain next week, Coniah and Jadan will be tested against Germany twice, before taking on the hosts.