England manager Roy Hodgson is reportedly considering axing Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from his Euro 2016 squad.
manager England is reported to be considering dropping Roy Hodgson pair Arsenal and Theo Walcott from the squad travelling to France for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer. Euro 2016
The Mirror, Hodgson has settled on as his main striker, with Tottenham Hotspur teammate Harry Kane filling the number 10 role as part of a 4-2-3-1 formation. Dele Alli
, who has only just returned to the Manchester United fold after two months out with a knee injury, will compete with Wayne Rooney and Jamie Vardy for a place on the right wing, with Raheem Sterling out on the left. Danny Welbeck
The newspaper claims that the competition for places means that Walcott and Oxlade-Chamberlain are likely to miss out on being named as part of the 23-man squad, as will West Ham United frontman
. Andy Carroll
Hodgson is said to be considering selecting just seven defenders, with places assured for
, Danny Rose and the versatile John Stones . Eric Dier
England face Russia in Marseille for the first game of the tournament on June 11.
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