Mount could start in against Ukraine
England and Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount is excepted to start in the quarter finals against Ukraine.
The young talented wonder kid was left off from team for interacting with Billy Gilmour, who was tested positive to Covid19.
However, Mount and Chilwell were free from quarantine since Monday and have been training with his team.
Mount is in line with Gareth Southgate’s side in Rome.
Saka who has made the brilliant start for England has been left out due to an Injuries condition
“We’ve just got to check on Bukayo, who had a slight knock today (Friday),” said England boss Gareth Southgate.
“Other than that everybody is available.”
However, Manchester United new boy Sancho Could start in place of Saka if not fit in the game.
While Foden and Grealish are yet to start together in the tournament, but Southgate denied it.
“They can work together,” he said. “They’ve played for us in the past together. We’ve just got such a strong array of attacking talent.
“I’ve said all along it’s impossible to keep everyone happy, to pick a team everybody will agree with.
But we’ve got to pick the right players for the right moments, to sense what will cause the opposition the most problems
physically where all the players are at, when is the best time for them to have an impact.
“They’ve all been unbelievably respectful of their teammates and the fact we have got this strength in depth.
“Raheem (Sterling) has been on fire. His goals have made it more difficult for some others to get in on that left side.”