Jack Grealish and Trent Alexander-Arnold Forced to Miss Upcoming England Matches

In a recent development in the international sports arena, England has been hit with a setback as two prominent players, Jack Grealish of Manchester City and Trent Alexander-Arnold of Liverpool, have been ruled out of their upcoming fixtures against Ukraine and Scotland.

The announcement was made by the Football Association, confirming that both players had initially reported to England’s St. George’s Park training base on Monday. Unfortunately, they were later forced to withdraw from the squad due to injuries sustained prior to their arrival at the training camp.

No additional call-ups are anticipated at this point. However, it’s worth noting that Kieran Trippier, the Newcastle defender, is set to join the team on Wednesday, following his personal commitment.

England is scheduled to face Ukraine in Wroclaw on Saturday, followed by a friendly match against Scotland in Glasgow on September 12.