Dean Henderson Withdraws From England Euro 2020 Squad

England Goalkeeper Dean Henderson has been replaced in the Three Lion’s Euro 2020 squad by Aaron Ramsdale due to a hip injury.

The Manchester United goalie will return to his club for assessment having not participated in training with the rest of the squad recently.

Cumbrian star Henderson sat out England training for the second time at Euro 2020 because of an injury concern.

Henderson was not involved in yesterday's session as the Three Lions started preparations for Saturday's group game against Scotland.

Details of the problem have not been clarified, with Sky Sports News reporting that Henderson did not train as a “precaution” as a result of the unspecified “niggle”.

UEFA regulations allow competing nations to replace goalkeepers at any stage of the tournament due to an injury.

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Ramsdale was included as part of Gareth Southgate’s 33-man preliminary squad but lost out to Henderson, Jordan Pickford and Sam Johnstone for one of the three goalkeeper spots.

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