Gareth Southgate gives players in England permission to fly abroad from their UEFA Nations League training camp during their mini vacation
- England will participate in the very first UEFA Nations League final this summer
- Thirteen players have already gathered for a training camp prior to the tournament
- British manager Gareth Southgate has given these players the weekend off
- Southgate allows its players to fly abroad for short vacations if they wish
British manager Gareth Southgate has given his players the green light to flee abroad during their mini break from the training camp of the UEFA Nations League.
Southgate has released his squadron the weekend of preparations for the upcoming finals in Portugal and has allowed his players to fly abroad if they decide to do so.
The 13 players who reported for international service on Tuesday meet again at St George & # 39; s Park on Monday, where they are accompanied by the Treble winning stars of Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund, Jadon Sancho.
England boss Gareth Southgate will allow his players to fly abroad this weekend for vacations
James Ward-Prowse (left) is one of the 13 players who have already entered England's training camp
England trained on Friday at St George & # 39; s Park in Burton, prior to their weekend break
Southgate and his technical staff were seen with their players sitting on the grass
Those involved in the final of the Europa League and the Champions League will report on June 3 – just three days prior to the Nations League opener against the Netherlands.
In the past, players in the UK had to give up their passports before tournaments, essentially preventing them from going abroad, but Southgate wants to have a much more relaxed atmosphere around the camp in England, and prefer to treat its squadron as adults .
Meanwhile, work in Portugal in preparation for the arrival of the Southgate team is already underway.
The players from England will arrive in Portugal on June 5, where they will stay at an ultramodern facility in Guimaraes and are expected to train at the local club Vitoria, and delegates from the camp in England have already started preparations for the arrival of Southgate gentlemen.
The peace of mind during the training on Friday seemed very relaxed. Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and Leicester defender Harry Maguire posed with a shield for a photo shared on the English Instagram account. Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford kept a replica of Thor's hammer in the snap.
West Ham midfielder Declan Rice (left) and Leicester star Harry Maguire fought in training
Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford looked focused during Friday's session in Burton
Jack Butland (left), Rice and Nathan Redmond appeared with great enthusiasm for the weekend
Pickford and Maguire posed with a shield while Marcus Rashford held a replica of Thor & # 39; s hammer
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