'Confident' - Leeds United reveal latest on Kalvin Phillips injury ahead of Gareth Southgate's England Euros squad announcement
Leeds United are confident Kalvin Phillips will be available for the European Championships if selected, despite the shoulder injury he picked up against West Brom.
The club has released a short statement on the midfielder's fitness after he was helped from the field in stoppage time of the final game of the season, having damaged himself with a slide tackle that earned him a caution.
A spokesperson said: "Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips picked up a shoulder injury in the closing stages of Sunday’s Premier League fixture with West Bromwich Albion.
"This is currently being treated conservatively, however, we remain confident he will be available for Euro 2020, if selected for the England squad."
The YEP understands the 25-year-old did not have to stay in hospital overnight and was able to return to Elland Road for the latter stages of the Player of the Year awards.
Gareth Southgate names his England squad for the Euros tomorrow afternoon and prior to the injury Phillips was considered a likely inclusion.