Ben White named in Gareth Southgate’s final 26-man squad for Euro 2020. Brighton defender played full 90 minutes in friendly against Romania. Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold forced to withdraw from England squad with injury. Harry Maguire still recovering from ankle injury which has kept him out of action since January. Southgate named his final squad for the tournament on June 1.
WHAT HAS BEEN SAID?
An assertion on England’s true Twitter account read: “Congrats Ben White, you’re going to EURO2020 with the ThreeLions!”
It has likewise been affirmed that White will wear No 22 at the Euros, acquiring the empty crew number from Alexander-Arnold.
WHO HAS PASSED UP THE LAST SPOT?
White, Jesse Lingard, James Ward-Prowse, Ollie Watkins, Aaron Ramsdale, and Ben Godfrey were completely remembered for Southgate’s underlying 33-man starter crew prior to being dropped from the last determination, alongside the harmed Mason Greenwood.
Manchester United’s Lingard, Southampton midfielder Ward-Prowse and Everton’s Godfrey likewise included in England’s two amicable installations, however White has been given the gesture subsequent to recording a perfect sheet close by Aston Villa’s Tyrone Mings at focus back on Sunday.
White has been called up after a noteworthy 2020-21 mission at Brighton which saw him harden his standing as quite possibly the most steady protectors in the Premier League.
The 23-year-old highlighted in a day and a half flight games for the Seagulls last term, assisting them with staying away from the drop and secure a sixteenth spot finish.
Britain starts off their Euros crusade against Croatia at Wembley on Sunday evening. Southgate’s men will at that point take on Scotland on June 18 preceding finishing Group D against the Czech Republic four days after the fact.