The Manchester United duo have slipped down the worldwide pecking order after a irritating 12 months at membership degree
Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford have been despatched a stark warning by Gareth Southgate forward of the 2022 World Cup, with the England boss insisting “they’ve got a lot of work to do” to earn tickets to Qatar.
Sancho and Rashford each endured tough seasons at membership degree with Manchester United, who completed sixth within the Premier League whereas extending their trophyless run to 5 years.
Neither man was included in Southgate’s squad for the beginning of the UEFA Nations League, with Harry Maguire at the moment the one Red Devils participant in his plans.
What has Southgate stated about Sancho amd Rashford?
United left-back Luke Shaw has additionally missed out due to harm, and Southgate has admitted that he, Sancho and Rashford have a tricky job on their palms to drive their manner again into his reckoning.
“We’ve only got one [Man Utd player] with us,” the Three Lions head coach told reporters. “They’ve got a lot to do to get back in the squad.”
Sancho and Rashford’s England records
Sancho has won 23 caps for England to date, most of which came when he was on the books of Borussia Dortmund, while Rashford has 46.
The former has only played once for his country since the Euro 2020 final, while Rashford hasn’t featured at all, with the duo yet to recover from missing penalties in the shootout defeat to Italy.