Jack Wilshere NOT included in Gareth Southgate's England World Cup squad

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GETTY Chris Smalling or Gary Cahill could be left at home this summer

Joe Hart has reportedly been told he won't be part of England's 23 man World Cup squad.

Delph will be included in the 23-man squad, which is announced tomorrow afternoon, primarily as a midfielder but has also played at full back for Manchester City.

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Jack Wilshere has not played for his country since the Euro 2016 exit to Iceland but was in line to start against Holland in March before injury put his World Cup hopes in jeopardy.

Hart, 31, had been expected to travel to Russian Federation as third-choice keeper behind Jordan Pickford and Jack Butland despite his disappointing season on loan from Manchester City.

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Early suggestions were that Southgate would opt for the experience of Hart over Pope, but it is now believed the former West Suffolk College student has won the battle to join Jordan Pickford and Jack Butland as the goalkeeping options.

Southgate has since informed one of his experienced player that he won't be on the plane to Russian Federation.

Everton's Jordan Pickford remains the favourite to be England's No.1 in Russian Federation.

Southgate was weighing up taking him to the World Cup as an experienced head to have around the camp.

'I spoke to him three weeks ago before he was in West Ham's team and told him he would be in the squad on the basis on what he's done for us. At the age of 31 it is hard to see a way back into the England fold for the senior goalkeeper.

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