Soccer-Arsenal's White out of Nations League games

30/5/2022 5:31:00 PM

Soccer-Arsenal's White out of Nations League games

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Soccer-Arsenal's White out of Nations League games

LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal defender Ben White has been withdrawn from the England squad ahead of the Nations League fixtures because of injury, the FA confirmed on Monday.

Most of England's squad reported for duty on Monday as they prepare for four Nations League games in June, but Raheem Sterling, Kieran Trippier and James Ward-Prowse and Trent Alexander-Arnold will arrive on Tuesday.England face Hungary away this weekend, followed by Germany away and Italy at home next week. They then host Hungary.

(Reporting by Martyn Herman; Editing by Christian Radnedge)

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