Ankle Injury Forces Tottenham’s Maddison to Sit Out Euro Qualifiers

Tottenham Hotspur’s James Maddison has been forced to withdraw from England’s upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers due to an ankle injury sustained during a recent match against Chelsea. The 26-year-old has been in impressive form since joining Spurs from Leicester City, with three goals and five assists in just 11 Premier League appearances. His absence adds to Spurs’ already lengthy injury list, but the club confirmed that he will remain at Hotspur Way for rehabilitation with the club’s medical staff. The news comes as a blow not only for Maddison and Tottenham Hotspur but also for the England national team as they prepare for their crucial qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia.
James Maddison has pulled out of England’s upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia due to an ankle injury, as confirmed by his club, Tottenham Hotspur. The 26-year-old was taken off during Spurs’ recent 4-1 loss to Chelsea after sustaining an injury without any contact. He has joined a list of injured players at Spurs, including Micky van de Ven, Richarlison, Ivan Perisic, Ben Davies, and Manor Solomon. Maddison, who has three goals and five assists in 11 Premier League appearances since joining Tottenham from Leicester City, will stay at the club for rehabilitation. Tottenham, currently in second place in the league, will play Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday while England will take on Malta at Wembley and then travel to North Macedonia.

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