Harry Maguire returned to the selection of the English national team on Thursday. The Manchester United defender has been hired by national team manager Gareth Southgate after he was convicted of aggravated assault while on holiday in Greece in August.
Maguire was then arrested on the island of Mykonos for being involved in a brawl. He was sentenced to two days in jail and was eventually sentenced to 21 months and 10 days in prison for resisting the agents and multiple bribery attempts after his arrest.
The 27-year-old did not have to serve the sentence, as it was a prison sentence of two years or less and it was his first offense in Greece, but he was banned from England’s squad for the Nations League duels with Iceland. and Denmark.
However, Maguire may now report back to the ‘Three Lions’ for the exhibition game against Wales (October 8) and the Nations League duels with Belgium (October 11) and Denmark (October 14), which will all be played at Wembley.
Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood are not welcome yet. The Manchester City midfielder and Manchester United striker were sent home after the game in Iceland for meeting two Icelandic women at the hotel, breaking the corona rules.
Everton forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who has scored continuously in recent weeks, Arsenal defender Bukayo Saka and Leicester City midfielder Harvey Barnes make their debut in the squad. Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson and Chelsea defender Ben Chilwell have recovered from injuries.
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