Ahead of two tough international friendlies against Germany and Brazil on Friday and Tuesday receptively, Gareth Southgate faces a selection headache for those games.
The England manager is already without Tottenham trio Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Harry Winks for the two games at Wembley, as he begins to assemble his squad for the World Cup in Russia next summer.
Now, Southgate looks set to be without a further three players for the two games, with England's already threadbare squad becoming even more stretched.
John Cross of the Mirror has tweeted today stating that Fabian Delph, Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling look set to miss the two England games as Southgate's options for replacemnets limited to say the least.
West Brom's Jake Livermore and Everton's Michael Keane had already been drafted in to cover the initial absentees, with no news as yet as to who will come in to replace these latest withdrawals.