Jadon Sancho: Man Utd forward leaves England squad due to minor knock

Jadon Sancho won't be available for England’s forthcoming World Cup Qualifiers. The forward has now returned to Manchester United following a minor knock in training.
The injury occurred during training this week, and the 21-year old was forced to withdraw from England's victory over Hungary by 4-0.

After the September 11 international break, Sancho should be able to return in time for Manchester United's match against Newcastle United.

Gareth Southgate has 23 players in his pool to choose from when he takes on Andorra at Wembley, Sunday, and Poland three days later.

Image: Sancho moved to Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund during the summer transfer window

Sancho has played 22 times for England and scored three goals. However, he was not able to play a significant role at Euro 2020. He missed a penalty against Italy in the shootout at Wembley.

After his Borussia Dortmund summer arrival of 73 million, he has been a part of all three United Premier League games this season. He made one start and two substitute appearances.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his side won 5-1 against Leeds in August's first game. They also managed to draw 1-1 away at Southampton and beat Wolves 1-0 at Molineux.

Image: Tyrone Mings is suffering from a cracked rib.

Prior to the victory over Hungary, Everton's Dominic Calvert Lewin, Everton's striker, was forced to leave the England squad with a broken toe. He is currently undergoing treatment at his club.

Southgate included Tyrone Mings in the original September World Cup Qualifiers squad. However, Tyrone was doubtful after he missed Aston Villa's draw with Brentford by a cracked rib. The defender was however named on the bench against Hungary.

England leads their qualifying group by five after winning all four games.