LEEDS United are unlikely to profit further should Cherries midfielder Lewis Cook win his first full cap for England.

Cook was called up to Gareth Southgate’s squad for tomorrow’s prestige friendly against Brazil at Wembley.

The 20-year-old midfielder joined Cherries from Championship outfit Leeds for an undisclosed fee in July 2016.

An initial fee of around £6m is understood to have been agreed between the clubs with the deal rising to closer to £10m with add-ons.

However, sources close to the Daily Echo suggest no provision was made in the contract for Leeds to receive a payment in the event of Cook playing for England.

Cook, who had been at Leeds since the age of seven, captained England to FIFA Under-20 World Cup glory in the summer and has also been capped at under-21 level.

Southgate, meanwhile, has said he will continue to put his faith in "the innocence of youth" as he prepares to face a Brazil side he rates as the best in the world.

He has already handed 13 debuts in as many matches as Three Lions boss, leaning heavily on players he worked with in the FA’s development teams.

Dominic Solanke and Angus Gunn were joined by Cook in being drafted in to the squad over the weekend following a raft of injury withdrawals.

Southgate said: “Young players bring enthusiasm, energy and they bring no cynicism. I think that's healthy for everybody.

"If you spoke to any of the staff or players this week, that has been the environment. The innocence of youth can be wonderful.

“In some instances, it can be a real advantage, maybe in others it can be a disadvantage. We have to try to play on the strengths of it and help them as much as possible through the difficult moments they are going to have.

"We think it's the right route to take, a path that can pay benefits for us as a country moving forward.

"Whether that's next summer or beyond, whether that's for me as a manager or other people, I think we've got to make decisions that are right for England."