JUDE BELLINGHAM and Levi Colwill have both withdrawn from the England squad.
The duo will now miss the final Euro 2024 qualifying matches during the international break.
The Three Lions face Malta on Friday before travelling to North Macedonia for the match on Monday.
Bellingham and Colwill will now miss the games due to shoulder injuries.
They will return to their clubs, Real Madrid and Chelsea, to receive treatment for their problems.
The two had become important players for the side in recent games.
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Bellingham's presence in midfield was crucial in wins over Italy, Ukraine and Scotland.
Colwill however, had become a decent left-back option for manager Gareth Southgate as he covered for Luke Shaw and Ben Chilwell.
The withdrawals were confirmed by England Football in a statement.
It read: "Jude Bellingham and Levi Colwill will play no part in England’s forthcoming UEFA EURO 2024 qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia.
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