The Manchester City midfielder played no role in a session overseen by Gareth Southgate on Saturday as the Three Lions prepare to face Italy.
Phil Foden was forced to train for England a final showdown with Italy in 2020.
The Manchester City midfielder suffered a ‘slight blow’ and was not trampled by his steps with the rest of Gareth Southgate’s team on Saturday.
He is now facing a race by the time to be ready for a crisis with the Azzurri at Wembley Stadium on Sunday night.
Are all the others fit?
The remaining 25 players in Southgate’s squad were involved in a final training session at St George’s Park.
Foden is left out as a precaution, but it remains to be seen what role, if any, he can play in a continental showpiece.
All 26 members of the English team passed the UEFA mandate PCR coronavirus tests before a meeting with Italy.
Would Foden be a big miss?
The highly regarded 21-year-old kicked off this summer’s European Championship in Southgate’s starting XI.
He was included off the field in the group stage outings against Croatia and Scotland as the Three Lions collected four points.
Foden then slides down the pick order and has seen only 25 minutes of action in England’s last four games.
He was sent off from the bench during the playoffs against Denmark as Southgate’s team won 2-1 and in a first major final since 1966.
Alternative options for Foden are currently favored, with the shout for Jack Grealish to get more minutes to make him a start against the Czech Republic.
Bukayo Saka was also taken off the field in the match, with the Arsenal star once again getting the nod for Germany and Denmark.
Jadon Sancho, who is finalizing a move to Manchester United, has been given the chance to impress in a quarter-final with Ukraine and can settle against Italy again.
Marcus Rashford is another man trying to force himself into Southgate’s mind after being limited to a bit of a role so far.