The Independent revealed, England squad has released Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling and will lead to their clubs for inspection.
Liverpool midfielder Henderson and Manchester City forward Sterling arose as worries due to injury on Wednesday for England’s clash with Iceland in the Nations League.
At halftime of England’s defeat to Belgium on Sunday, though Sterling played no part in the match, Henderson was revoked.
The trouble with Henderson was tightness said England manager Gareth Southgate but refused to clarify the extent of the injury, whilst in training last week Sterling injured a hamstring.
The England medical staff examined both performers on Monday and it was concluded to send them both back to their clubs.