sport news Ferdinand questions decision to leave out Tomori and Alexander-Arnold trends now

sport news Ferdinand questions decision to leave out Tomori and Alexander-Arnold trends now
sport news Ferdinand questions decision to leave out Tomori and Alexander-Arnold trends now

sport news Ferdinand questions decision to leave out Tomori and Alexander-Arnold trends now

'It just feels like Gareth Southgate feels "I know who’s coming to Qatar"': Rio Ferdinand questions decision to leave out Fikayo Tomori and Trent Alexander-Arnold from England squad to face Germany in final match before they head to World Cup Trent Alexander-Arnold and Fikayo Tomori left out of squad to face Germany Gareth Southgate named his 23-man squad to face old rivals on Monday Rio Ferdinand believes the England manager has decided on his squad for Qatar

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Rio Ferdinand has questioned Gareth Southgate's decision to leave Fikayo Tomori and Trent Alexander-Arnold out of his squad to face Germany at Wembley on Monday. 

Southgate named his 23-man squad to face the four-time world champions, leaving out James Ward-Prowse, Jarrod Bowen and Jack Grealish (suspended) alongside Tomori and Alexander-Arnold. England do not play again until their World Cup campaign begins in November.

Speaking on his "Vibe with Five podcast, Ferdinand questioned Southgate's thinking, expressing shock at the omission of the AC Milan and Liverpool defenders. 

Fikayo Tomori (C) has been left out of England's squad to face Germany at Wembley

Fikayo Tomori (C) has been left out of England's squad to face Germany at Wembley

He asked: 'How is Trent not in the England squad? What’s going on here?'

'I can’t have it. I don’t know how he has not taken him. He’s not even in the squad I don’t understand, it’s either "I know what he is,

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