MASON GREENWOOD has withdrawn from the England squad for Euro 2020 due to an underlying injury.
The Manchester United star, 19, had been named in Gareth Southgate’s provisional, 33-man squad for this summer’s tournament.
Mason Greenwood has withdrawn from England’s squad for Euro 2020 with an underlying injury, Man Utd have confirmed[/caption]
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Greenwood has won one cap for England having played against Iceland in September 2020 before being sent home over a breach of coronavirus restrictions[/caption]
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Greenwood won his sole England cap against Iceland in September 2020.
But the forward was sent home along with Phil Foden for a breach of coronavirus restrictions after smuggling girls into their hotel room.
Meanwhile, Jesse Lingard is set to be AXED by Gareth Southgate, according to The Athletic.
Southgate must whittle his 33-man group down to 26 today, with Lingard one of the biggest names to miss out.
The United ace has been in staggering form since joining West Ham on loan and even starred for England in their most-recent three games in March.
Despite that, it’s claimed Lingard will miss out on a spot in the final 26-man squad with the likes of Jack Grealish and Foden preferred in his position.
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Source: The Sun
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