Chelsea and England forward Jamie Vardy sustained thigh injury and has withdrawn from the national team who’s bound for an away duel with Scotland at Hampden Park Glasgow on June 10.
“Jamie Vardy has left the England squad as a precaution after picking up a minor injury in training at St. George’s Park,” disclosed by Football Association in a brief statement.
Manager Gareth Southgate does not intent to call up for a replacement, which leaves him with Jermain Defoe, Harry Kane, and Marcus Rushford as his frontline strikers in the coming matches.
“No further players are due to be added to the squad at this moment in time,” FA furthered in relation to Vardy’s matches nonappearance.
Southgate’s men will also be travelling to France three days after world cup qualifiers match with aspiration to claim victory in the international friendly game. However, key figure Vardy is also expected to miss out on this battle.
Currently, England are four points clear of Slovakia at the top of Group F following five finished matches out of 10.
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