Red Devil’s new man will not represent his country’s in their upcoming World Cup qualifiers, due to a “minor knock”
Jadon Sancho has been released from the England squad ahead of their World Cup,
qualifiers against Andorra and Poland, but Manchester United have been assured that,
the winger is only suffering with a “minor knock”.
A summer signing at Old Trafford has been ruled out of Gareth Southgate’s plans,
for upcoming fixtures on the road to Qatar 2022.
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He is, however, expected to be ready to resume domestic action with the Red Devils,
when they return to Premier League competition with a home date against Newcastle on September 11.
A fitness update released on the Football Association’s official website reads:
“Jadon Sancho will play no part in England’s forthcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and Poland.
“The forward picked up a minor knock in training earlier this week which ruled him out of the 4-0 victory in Hungary.
“Following further assessment, the 21-year-old has returned to his club and is expected,
to recover in time for Manchester United’s fixture with Newcastle United on Saturday 11 September.
“Gareth Southgate now has a 23-man squad at his disposal for Sunday’s match against Andorra at Wembley Stadium (5pm kick-off).”