After taking a knock in training, Jadon Sancho has left England’s World Cup camp for the international break. Among related World Cup football news, Sancho’s injury has ended his England duty and he has returned to Manchester United.
The 21-year-old sustained the injury before the Three Lions’ match against Hungary, which they won 0-4 flush.
But while he was ruled out of that game, he was expected to be fit to face Andorra. England will play hosts to Andorra, the 16th smallest country in the world, this weekend at Wembley Stadium.
However, Sancho will not remain present for England in this match as he did not recover in time.
So, he is going to miss the World Cup qualifier. And, as a result, he will return to his new club United (football transfers). There, at Old Trafford, he will be training ahead of the club’s return next week.
Football News – Sancho’s Injury Has Ended His England Duty
Jadon Sancho is indisposed to play for England’s World Cup qualifier due to an injury in training on international duty.
According to a press release from the FA, Sancho should recover in time for the Red Devils’ next match. It is a meeting with Newcastle at Old Trafford on September 11.
This is a game that promises to be special because Cristiano Ronaldo may make his second debut for the club.
Sancho joined United for a reported £73 million in the summer. And by now, he has been eased into life at his new club by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The young attacker has only started once and has come off the bench in the other two Premier League games.
And so far, United has collected seven points from a possible nine to begin the season.
United fans will be hoping that Sancho becomes Ronaldo’s primary provider this season as the club seeks its first league title since 2013.