Brighton's Ben White is heading to the Euros after being named as Trent Alexander-Arnold's replacement in England's 26-man squad.

The 23-year-old was one of the six players on England's standby list.

But after impressing on his full debut yesterday in their 1-0 win over Romania in a friendly yesterday, White has taken the vacant spot after the Liverpool defender withdrew from the squad on Thursday through injury.

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White will wear the number 22 shirt for the Three Lions and will be one of five Albion players heading to Euro 2020 along with Leandro Trossard (Belgium), Joel Veltman (Netherlands), Jakub Moder (Poland) and Robert Sanchez (Spain).

It caps off a great 24 hours for White, in which he made his full England debut and won Albion's player of the season last night at their end of season awards.

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