Tuesday morning has seen an exclusive claimed on Roy Hodgson’s 23 man squad and the fate of Andros Townsend.
Roy Hodgson has to confirm his 23 man Euros squad by 11pm tonight and the London Evening Standard claim they know the identity of two of the three who will miss out, from the original 26 man provisional squad.
They have named Manchester City’s Fabian Delph and Newcastle United’s Andros Townsend as the pair who will definitely be cut.
Whilst according to the London Evening Standard’s information, Roy Hodgson’s choice of the third player to be left out, will all depend on whether he decides to take five strikers, or four forwards and an additional midfielder.
They further report that the only thing that could save Andros Townsend is a last minute injury to one of the squad.
England have a behind closed doors training session this morning and the London newspaper claims that following that, he will inform the three players who will be cut from the squad.
England face Portugal at Wembley on Thursday and Roy Hodgson is expected to name his strongest 11, with this being the final friendly before England meet Russia in their first Euros group game on Saturday 11 June.