With international fixtures on the horizon again, it’s time for national team managers to bed down their squad for upcoming games.
Gareth Southgate has matches against Wales, Denmark and Belgium to come, and must select the players to represent the Three Lions by next Thursday.
After a short summer break where he was arrested for allegedly assaulting police officers in Greece, Harry Maguire was left out of England’s last games.
The Man United captain comes back into contention for the triple header, but it’s possible that his national team nightmare could continue.
According to the Daily Mail, Southgate’s right-hand man, Steve Holland, will be in attendance at the AMEX Stadium this weekend, when Brighton and Hove Albion will host the Red Devils.
It will give him the opportunity to run the rule over both Maguire and his club colleague, Mason Greenwood, and report back to Southgate before a decision is made as to whether one, both or neither get the nod for the next few fixtures.