Trent Alexander-Arnold: Liverpool defender withdraws from England squad

The Liverpool right-back has been suffering with a back injury since the March 10 victory over Burnley

The Liverpool right-back has been suffering with a back injury since the March 10 victory over Burnley Credit GETTY IMAGES

Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has been forced to pull out of the England squad due to injury.

England said Alexander-Arnold arrived with a back injury and "despite progress" it was unlikely he would be able to play in either fixture.

Liverpool's No.66 was due to represent his country in their upcoming matches against Czech Republic and Montenegro.

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The young right-back is struggling with a back injury and will miss both of England's European Championship qualifiers - against Czech Republic and Croatia - over the next week.

"The 20-year-old will now continue his rehabilitation at his club".

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With Alexander-Arnold's absence, Gareth Southgate could look to Kyle Walker or Kieran Trippier to play at right-back.

Alexander-Arnold is the fifth player to drop out of the squad, following Ruben Loftus Cheek, John Stones, Fabian Delph and Luke Shaw.

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