Arsenal and England international Danny Welbeck has been ruled out for 6 months.
This report is according to the Guardian which claims Striker Danny Welbeck who has been ruled out since the end of last season will miss the Euro 2016 competition and his replacement has already been found in the English National team ahead of next year Euro 2016 tournament.
England coach Roy Hodgson claims Welbeck will be out for six month contrary to Arsenal medical crew view that says the star striker will be out for three months.
England booked their place in next summer’s competition by beating San Marino 6-0 on Saturday goals were scored by Manchester United striker Wanye Rooney from the spot kick, Ross Barkley 46, Theo Walcott 68, Harry Kane 77 and Theo Walcott 78.
“Welbeck bothers me now,” Hodgson said. “He has already been out for me since March so that’s over four months already. And now I hear it’s another six months, so I can only hope that Danny recovers a bit quicker and hits the ground running.