England squad update as four players pulled out of the team that will face Ivory Coast and Switzerland this month.
Gareth Southgate revealed his 25 man squad ahead of the upcoming games, but some of his first choice players have been ruled out.
The English manager has made some changes after four inform players was ruled out through injury.
Chelsea right-back Reece James is the latest player to pull out of the England squad due to injury. He came back to the Chelsea team not long ago and he couldn’t represent the three lions this month.
Though it’s not a competitive game as England has already booked their place in the world cup 2022. It’s a friendly game.
Players who pulled out of the England squad
Tammy Abraham, Reece James, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Aaron Ramsdale are the four players who pulled out of the England squad that will face Ivory Coast and Switzerland.
Aaron Ramsdale couldn’t feature in the game against Aston Villa last week due to the injury that he sustained. Leno replaced him as the German goalkeeper kept a clean sheet.
Tammy Abraham featured in the game against Lazio last week with the English forward recording a goal.
England squad update
Four players have been included in the team after Tammy Abraham, Reece James, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Aaron Ramsdale pulled out.
Four players who represent the injured England players
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone replaced Aaron Ramsdale, Kyle Walker-Peters came in for Trent Alexander-Arnold, Tryrick Mitchell replaced Reece James while Watkins replaced Tammy Abraham.
The likes of Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Fikayo Tomori was left out of the squad.