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Tomori issues positive update on ankle injury after England withdrawal 



Milan defender Fikayo Tomori has issued a reassuring replace on his ankle after struggling a blow whereas representing England in opposition to Malta at Wembley on Friday night. 

The 25-year-old began on the left-hand aspect of a again 4 for the Three Lions, however he was changed by Manchester Metropolis’s Kyle Walker at half-time having taken a knock to his ankle through the first interval. 

Concerningly for Milan, Tomori then withdrew from the squad and instantly returned to Milanello for medical assessments. Fortuitously, Tomori’s withdrawal appears largely precautionary. 

The Egnlishman posted an image to his Instagram profile on Saturday afternoon from England’s 2-0 win, after which offered an replace on his situation within the feedback part. 

In response to at least one fan who had requested how his ankle was, Tomori replied: “tutto bene,” or “it’s all good.” 

Tomori was at Milan’s coaching centre on Saturday afternoon, the place it’s believed he underwent some checks on his ankle. 

He was unable to partake in coaching with the remainder of the workforce, however the preliminary temper from the Milan camp is one in all positivity in response to latest studies.

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