Leicester’s Danny Drinkwater is out for season and England action due to injury

Due to a recent injury Danny Drinkwater from Leicester is bound to miss the rest of the football season. Apart from that, the player could be also deprived of England’s summer internationals. Doctors suggest that he might be unavailable for the pitch for up to four weeks.

Scans have depicted a grade one thigh strain for the player aged 27, who has to miss the last three England squads to cure a sore hip flexor.

On June 10, Gareth Southgate’s guys will face off with Scotland in a World Cup qualifier. Three days after this event they’re also expected to take on France in a friendly bout, but unfortunately Drinkwater won’t be available.

Craig Shakespeare, Leicester boss told that Danny Drinkwater is actually experiencing a thigh strain and Craig doesn’t expect the injured player to perform again this football season.

Captain Wes Morgan’s still on sidelines due to a back issue, suggesting that Shakespeare requires finding someone worthy for Yohan Benalouane at centre-back.