Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood has withdrawn his participation in Euro 2020. On account of a long-standing injury, England’s Greenwood will miss Euro 2020.
National team head coach Gareth Southgate listed Mason Greenwood in England’s preliminary (that is, the provisional) 33-man squad.
And he would’ve likely even made it to Southgate’s final 26-man roster but now, England’s Greenwood will miss Euro 2020.
The 19-year-old forward will be unable to play for England, out of the final squad that Southgate will reveal today.
This is due to a long-term injury that has plagued the United striker, as per official media of the club.
Out on Injury
Greenwood has played 31 games for Man Utd in the 2020/21 season in the Premier League, and scored 7 goals.
The Manchester United forward has pulled out of the England squad this summer, in order to ‘fully recover from injury.’
Manchester United the club’s striker’s decision and, in a statement, said: “Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood has withdrawn from the provisional England Euro 2020 squad, in order to recover fully from an underlying injury that also kept him out of the Under-21 European Championship in March.
The statement added: “Mason’s club appearances were managed carefully to maintain his availability through the intensive 2020-21 Premier League and Europa League schedules.”
“But a further spell of tournament football would not be beneficial and Mason will remain at Manchester United to recuperate and prepare for pre-season training,” the club went on to state.