Dominic Curvert Levert-Levin, Bukayo Saka and Harvey Barnes have been named England’s first senior call-ups, while Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden have been left out.
After scoring a career-best 15 goals last season, a great start to campaign Lwart-Levin’s new campaign led Everton to three of their three wins in the Premier League.
The 23-year-old is a joint five-goal scorer in the Premier League, and also scored a hat-trick for the Toffees in Wednesday’s Carabao Cup win over West Ham.
Saka, 19, has only made three appearances for Arsenal during the campaign, but he made his debut for the Gunners last season and was impressed.
During Burnes, Leicester have helped bring the Premier League to the top of the table, with the 22-year-old Farring Furks winning at Burnley.
As expected, Southgate has released Greenwood and Fodan after sending them home from Ice Holland last month to breach coronavirus protocol with two women in public areas of the team hotel.
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has been recalled from a last-ditch squad after being convicted in a Greek court of assault and attempted bribery, after which he pleaded not guilty to a full trial.
After handing out first-time call-ups for six players for last month’s match, Southgate have a more experienced squad this time around, with fit-backs Ben Chilwell, Harry Winks and Marcus Rashford returning.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has also been named in the squad for the Reds’ victory over Chelsea due to injury.
England have three domestic games during this international break, including Belgium and Denmark games against the League and a friendly against Wales.
Perfect in the England squad
Goalkeepers: Dean Henderson (Manchester United), Nick Pope (Burnley), Jordan Pickford (Everton).
Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Ben Chilwell (Chelsea), Connor Cody (Wolves), Eric Dyer (Tottenham), Jome Gomez (Liverpool), Michael Keane (Everton), Harry Mu Guer (Manchester United) (Manchester United) Arsenal), Tyrone Mings (on Stun Villa), Bukayo Saka (Arsenal), Kieran Tripier (Atletico Madrid), Kyle Waker (Manchester City).
Midfielders: Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Mason Mount (Chelsea), Quinn Levin Phillips (Leeds United), Declan Rice (West Ham), James Ward-Proves (Southampton), Harry Winks (Tottenham).
Next: Tammy Abraham (Chelsea), Harvey Barnes (Leicester), Dominic Curvert Livert-Levin (Everton), Jack Grillish (Aston Villa), Danny Ings (Southampton), Harry Kane (Tottenham), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Manchester United ) Dortmund), Rahim Sterling (Manchester City).
‘Foden, Greenwood endured enough’
Southgate says the decision to exclude Foden and Greenwood was “important to send a message to all our players”.
However, the England boss announced that he would not punish the pair further and hoped that their submission would allow time to reflect.
Southgate said, “Those are two very talented players. We have to send a message to all our players, at all ages, that this is not the kind of thing we do in England.
“But we have also rehabilitated these two boys. Young people will make mistakes.
“These guys have suffered enough. We think they needed a reflection of this period, but then they get a chance to get back on their feet with their club, enjoy their football again and then I talk to them. I can. “
Southgate: Every club deserves our respect
Southgate have revealed that they are considering a heavy rotation between the England fixtures and say no player on his 30-man squad is likely to start in all three matches.
Many Premier League managers, including Tottenham’s Jose Mourinho, have expressed concern over the level of health of their players.
Speaking ahead of the Europa League qualifier against Maccabi Haifa on Thursday, Mourinho said he hoped the England coach would “respect” his Tottenham players, but insisted he “would not call or ask or beg.”
Asked about Mourinho’s comments, Southgate joked: “He won’t call, but he’ll be at the top of Tottenham’s stadium and tell us.”
He added: “We are looking at all the players to get the ideal game time. We want to learn things from this match.
“We’re definitely not considering starting players in all three games. I can’t guarantee that no player will play a single minute of each game.
“The life of an England manager is very complicated. Every club in the league respects us.
“Of course, the workload for the clubs at the top is high, but those who are playing at the bottom are no less important.
“We’ve got to work together wherever we can. Where we can help but in the same way we’ve got to win football games and grow as a team.
“The 0-member squad is very unusual for us. We are allowed the fact that we have got three matches, but how much football the players are currently experiencing. There are a lot of physical issues that all clubs and coaches are experiencing. For. “
Sancho does not miss Dortmund’s training despite being England’s choice
Sancho was absent from Borussia Dortmund’s training session on Thursday due to an ongoing illness, the same afternoon he was called up to the Southgate squad.
Sancho did not go to the Brackle training ground in North Rhine-Westphalia, as members of Lucian Favre’s team began arriving at 12 noon for coronavirus testing and for a study that began at 3 p.m.
Sky Sports News He is said to still be suffering from a “respiratory infection” that prevented him from traveling with the team for the German Supercup final on Wednesday against Bayern Munich.
This in turn would mean that he is unlikely to play against Freiburg in the Bundesliga on Saturday, and it is unclear whether he has been able to take the Covid-19 test at home or elsewhere.
The England players are due to report for international duty at St George’s Park on 5 October, which will coincide with the final day of the transfer.
Borussia Dortmund insisted on Monday that Sanchez would not sell the window, while Manchester United are expected to make another bid for him this week, after his rejected 91.3m (m 100m) was rejected on Monday.
CARAGHAR: Cal Calvert-Levin is ready
Speaking after Everton’s win on Wednesday, Curvert Levert-Levin said that representing England would be a “dream come true”.
He has the advantage of being the focal point in the invading trident involving Richardson and James Rodriguez – and the England manager will be encouraged by a strategic shift in Ancelotti’s ical – 3- system, which can be equally deployed by the national team.
Curvert-Levine became the first player to score in each of Everton’s first three Premier League games in a post-Steve Nasmith campaign in 2014 – and with the Belgian show down Weld Friendly and the Denmark encounter, Southgate had the opportunity to try out Harry Kane’s plan.
Speaking to the Premier League Kings, who will return to the Sky Sports Premier League this Friday at 8pm, Jamie Keragher said: “There’s not much competition for a real center-forward spot with Harry Kane. There’s one. When you look at Marcus Rashford, Rahim Sterling. And there are a lot of forward forwards when you think about the Jadon template.
“But, in terms of the real strikers, now that Jamie Verdi has retired from international duty, you see Danny Ings, maybe Tammy Abraham – they’ve sniffed with England before, but Calvert-Levin is as good as those two.
“He’s been great and he had a great start. Carlo Ancelotti had some of the best strikers in world football at the time. He’s trusted Cal Calvert-Levin and paid the price. I’m a big fan.”
Watch England in the League of Nations on Sky Sports
Watch England’s League games against Belgium (October 11) and Denmark (October 14) at the Sky Sports Main Event.
With Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland’s third-place finish in the race to be promoted from League B to England last year, we’ll take you all the way.
As well as our live coverage, if you’re out and about, you can follow all those Home Nation games on the Sky Sports website and app, where we’ll have minute-by-minute updates and show the target as they go in. .
We will have highlights of every game associated with Home Nations and other Nations League fixtures are also available.
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