Four Manchester United players included in final 26-man England squad

Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw & Dean Henderson have all been called up to England’s EURO 2020 campaign after making the final 26-man cut for the tournament. Mason Greenwood, who withdrew from England’s U21 camp in March, has been forced to withdraw again due to injury.

Jesse Lingard has enjoyed a stellar half-season on loan at West Ham, but the midfielder is one of seven players who did not make the final cut, having joined the preparations last week.

There were doubts over Maguire’s fitness after the defender missed United’s last four games of the season, although the 28-year old was fit enough to make Solskjær’s bench for the Europa League final. Maguire suffered damage to his ankle ligaments last month and Southgate will be hoping that his trusted lieutenant is ready for the start of the Euro’s.

United’s four England players are yet to join the camp for this summers competition due to their involvement in the Europa League final but are due to do so this week and could play a part in their friendly against Romania on Sunday.

England kickstart their campaign against Croatia on 13 June, a repeat of the 2018 World Cup semi-final.

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