MANCHESTER UNITED have suffered a possible harm blow after Phil Jones returned to the membership after pulling out of the England squad.
The defender will now miss Tuesday’s conflict with Brazil at Wembley after hurting his thigh in Friday’s goalless draw with Germany.
Jones, who has performed each Premier League match for United thus far this season, initially picked up the blow in opposition to Huddersfield final month.
However he lasted simply 24 minutes in opposition to the world champions as he hobbled off holding his closely strapped thigh.
Jones appeared to undergo the harm after simply ten minutes, however continued for slightly below quarter of an hour extra earlier than he was changed by debutant Joe Gomez.
United boss Jose Mourinho will now be sweating on the star’s health forward of subsequent Saturday’s residence match in opposition to Newcastle.
England boss Gareth Southgate has performed down the severity of the blow and tried to ease the fears of a prolonged lay-off.
He mentioned: “He appears high quality, we have checked him out.
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“It is one thing he is been carrying however he does not appear to be any worse in order that’s high quality. We’ll see whether or not Phil stays with us.”
Jones’ withdrawal is the most recent blow to Southgate’s plans, with goalkeeper Jack Butland breaking his finger in coaching on Thursday to turn out to be the seventh individual to pull-out of the celebration.
Beneath-21 males Angus Gunn, Lewis Prepare dinner and Dominic Solanke have all been promoted to the seniors forward of the showdown with the Samba Boys.
In the meantime, summer time signing Victor Lindelof might be the person Mourinho chooses to switch Jones ought to he be saved out of motion.
The Portuguese coach was in Sweden final evening to observe the centre-half within the World Cup play-off in opposition to Italy.
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