Euro 2024: England to announce training squad on Tuesday

England manager Gareth Southgate will name a training squad for Euro 2024 on Tuesday at a news conference at St. George's Park at 2 p.m. BST (9 a.m. ET).

The England boss will then name a final squad of up to 26 players on June 8.

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Southgate was handed an injury scare last week after England captain Harry Kane missed Bayern Munich's final game of the season against Hoffenheim with a back injury.

"Harry is receiving treatment from his personal doctor," Bayern boss Thomas Tuchel said in a news conference on Friday.

"He cannot travel. He was already at the limit in Madrid. He had a complete blockade in his back, it's gotten worse and bothers him in everyday movements."

England sealed their spot at Euro 2024 after going unbeaten in qualification and topping their group with 20 points from eight games.

Southgate's side, who enter next month's tournament in Germany as favourites, will be hoping to go one better than they did at Euro 2020, where they lost on penalties to Italy in the final.

Placed in Group C, England begin their campaign against Serbia on June 16 before playing Denmark on June 20 and Slovenia on June 25.