Tammy Abraham and Ben Chilwell have been called up to Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the Three Lions’ next two internationals.
Abraham, 24, was last included in the England squad in November 2020. Southgate’s initial 23-man squad was announced on Thursday.
Abraham was summoned to England after impressing in the Italian capital
Chilwell also received the green light for the next qualifiers
The 24-year-old has been in great shape since joining Roma from Chelsea on a £ 34million contract in August, scoring four goals in 10 appearances in all competitions for the club by Serie A.
Chilwell, meanwhile, has also been selected for upcoming qualifying matches during the two-week international break.
The Chelsea left-back scored on Saturday in the Blues’ 3-1 win over Southampton.
England play in Andorra on Saturday, then face Group I rivals Hungary at Wembley on Tuesday.
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Abraham has scored one goal in seven appearances for England. His last call was in November of last year
England said: “Ben Chilwell and Tammy Abraham have been added to the England squad for the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
“All the players will show up at St George’s Park on Tuesday except for Reece James, who is sent off due to injury.”
James was sent off in Chelsea’s recent home loss to Manchester City with an ankle injury and missed Wednesday’s Champions League loss to Juventus in Turin and Saturday’s home victory against Southampton .