Southgate is considering including the isolated duo in the England squad before facing Germany in the European Nations
The England duo, Mason Mount and Ben Schluel, trained individually apart from the rest of the group again, as they prepare to exit the quarantine before facing Germany in the European Football Championship 2020. Gareth Southgate’s team will face Germany in the round of 16 matches at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday. And the British news agency (PA Media) reported that Gareth Southgate, coach of the “Three Lions” team, has no concerns about the match, but he must make a decision about Mount and Shlwell. The duo completes the last hours of quarantine, after mixing with Billy Gilmore, the Scottish national team player, and their colleague at Chelsea, who tested positive for the new Corona virus, after the two teams match in the group stage. In response to whether he would realistically consider the duo (Mount and Ben Schlwell), who left quarantine in the middle of the night, Southgate said in statements to ITV: “Well, that’s what we are considering.” He added, “This is not only the training part but the psychological part as well, of course they have spent a long time in a room alone, and this is a very difficult situation for them.” And Southgate continued: “You are participating in a big tournament and you seek to be part of everything, they have to be subject to stone in that period, which is difficult for anyone.” “For us, we have to make this decision in order to keep moving forward,” he concluded.