Gallagher gets first England call
The on-loan Crystal Palace midfielder joins senior squad from MU21s for trip to San Marino, as quartet drop out of the group
Declan Rice has withdrawn from the England squad.
Having been unable to train due to illness since reporting to St. George’s Park, the midfielder has returned to West Ham United and will play no part in the forthcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
No additions to the squad are planned at this moment in time.
Emile Smith Rowe has received his first call-up to the England senior men’s squad.
The Arsenal forward arrived at St. George’s Park on Monday having initially been scheduled to join the MU21s in Burnley.
Rashford will remain with Manchester United in order to concentrate on regaining full fitness while Ward-Prowse is ruled out of the forthcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers through illness.
Mount’s arrival has been delayed due to recent dental surgery and he will continue to be monitored in the coming days, as will Shaw who is currently following concussion protocol at his club.
It means Gareth Southgate begins preparation for Albania and San Marino with 22 players.
Elsewhere, the MU21s have called up VfB Stuttgart’s Clinton Mola and Leeds United’s Cody Drameh.
The pair have replaced Fleetwood Town’s James Hill and Southampton’s Tino Livramento who have both withdrawn through injury.
Lee Carsley’s squad host Czech Republic for a 2023 U21 EURO qualifier at Turf Moor on Thursday 11 November (7pm kick-off) before travelling to face Georgia in Batumi on Tuesday 16 November.
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Smith Rowe sharpshooting | Inside Training
Footage from Lee Carsley's first training session after taking over as England MU21s boss back in September