The Manchester City midfielder did not take part in the Gareth Southgate oversight session on Saturday as the Three Lions are ready to face Italy.
Phil Foden has been forced out of England training Euro 2020 final showdown with Italy.
The Manchester City midfielder has picked up a “minor knock” and was not out of action with the rest of Gareth Southgate’s squad on Saturday.
He now faces a race against time to prepare for the clash with Azure at Wembley Stadium on Sunday evening.
Are everyone else fit?
The other 25 Southgate players were in the final training session at St. George’s Park.
Foden is thought to have been released as a precaution, but it remains to be seen what role he may play in the continental showpiece, if any.
All 26 members of England have passed the UEFA Mandate PCR Corona virus test before the impatiently expected meeting with Italy.
Would Foden be a big miss?
Highly rated 21 year old This summer’s European Championships began in the opening XI of Saulgate.
He was out of the group stage against Croatia and Scotland, as the Three Lions collected four points.
After that, Foden went under good order And England have seen only 25 minutes of action in the last four games.
He was ruled out of extra time against Denmark as Southgate won 2-6 and advanced to the first major final since 1966.
Fayden’s alternative options are being backed up, with Jack Grellish calling for more minutes against the Czech Republic.
Bokayo Saka was also included in the fact that the weapons star won the match against Germany and Denmark once again.
Jadon Sancho, who is in the final stages of finalizing Manchester United’s move, had a chance to impress in the quarter-final match against Ukraine and could return to action against Italy.
Marcus Rashford has another look at being forced into Southgate views after being limited to a small part so far.