Jesse Lingard has not been called up to England’s Euro 2020 squad despite Trent Alexander-Arnold’s injury.
The Liverpool right-back has been forced to withdraw due to a thigh injury sustained in the warm-up friendly against Austria.
The Three Lions have instead named Brighton defender Ben White as his replacement, meaning Lingard will stay at home.
It’ll be a blow for the Manchester United star, who was in such brilliant form for the Hammers after his loan move to the club in the January transfer window and was named in Gareth Southgate’s provisional squad of 33 players, which has since been cut to 26.
Lingard did play a part against Austria, and also came off the bench in the second warm-up against Romania on Sunday. England won 1-0 thanks to a Marcus Rashford penalty.
White made a total of 36 appearances for Brighton last season, and has won just two caps for his country, both coming in the pre-Euros warm-ups.