Michael Carrick believes the Euros will help Manchester United overall.
“I think they’ve done tremendously. For being in the position that they’re in now, I’m so pleased for them,” he told United’s official website.
“Of course there’s another step to go and I don’t want to get too carried away and I’m sure they’re not getting too carried away, but the experiences that they’ve had over the last 10 days or so will be ones that they remember forever.
“From a personal, selfish point of view from the club, to see them doing well, experiencing big games, hopefully winning something like that, that can rub off on us, bring those experiences back to share with the group and hopefully it’ll bring some success for us as well.
“So it’s two-fold really, I’m pleased for them as individuals and pleased for us because we’ll have them back in good form for the start of the season.”
England need to overcome a final step before they can break their trophy drought. They face off against Italy in the Euro 2020 final, a trophy they have never won in history. Of course, Manchester United have three players representing the national team in Jadon Sancho, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw.