James Maddison has Removed from the England squad for the European Qualifiers against Bulgaria and the Czech Republic due to illness.
The Leicester midfielder has returned home to recover and its known a replacement will not be called up by England boss Gareth Southgate.
Maddison was an unused substitute four occasions at two England squads however is yet to get his first senior cap.
Asked last week why the 22-year-old has not featured nevertheless, Southgate stated:I can not guarantee individuals soccer.
He just has to see the players which have been left out to recognise just to get in the squad is still an accomplishment, and I dont manage him any otherwise to any of the others, actually.
He would like to talk soccer thats terrific. He wishes to know what aspects of his game that we like and we believe he will improve.
He seems to take all that on board quite well, so hes playing well, but is [Mason] Mount, therefore is [Jadon] Sancho and so are a lot of the others — that is the conundrum.
Maddison has scored nine goals and also registered nine assists in their own 43 Premier League appearances for Leicester since joining the club from Norwich at 2018.
England traveling to Prague to perform with the Czech Republic on Friday, prior to an away fixture against Bulgaria three days afterwards.