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THE SCOTTISH SUN 🔵 Southgate in huge England injury boost as all 26 stars train before Euro opener

ENGLAND have trained for the first time since arriving in Germany for the European Championships.

And Gareth Southgate’s troops have given him a huge boost ahead of their tournament opener.

England arrived in Germany for Euro 2024 on Monday night

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England arrived in Germany for Euro 2024 on Monday nightCredit: GETTY
The Three Lions held their first training session at the Ernst-Abbe-Sportfeld

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The Three Lions held their first training session at the Ernst-Abbe-SportfeldCredit: GETTY
Gareth Southgate was given a huge boost as all 26 members of his squad trained

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Gareth Southgate was given a huge boost as all 26 members of his squad trainedCredit: GETTY

The Three Lions touched down in Germany on Monday night to begin their pursuit of the Henri Delaunay Trophy.

England – who will be looking to go one better than their appearance in the Euro 2020 final – have set up base camp at the luxury Spa and Golf Resort Weimarer Land in the small town of Blankenhain.

And they’ve wasted no time preparing for what they hope will be a successful five-week-long campaign.

The Three Lions held their first training session at the Ernst-Abbe-Sportfeld in Jena on Tuesday afternoon.

And Southgate was given a much-needed boost as his entire squad took part in the session.

Southgate was reportedly sweating on the fitness of FIVE players ahead of England‘s Group C opener on Sunday night.

It was reported that Phil Foden, Bukayo Saka, John Stones, Luke Shaw and star midfielder Jude Bellingham were all injury concerns.

The Telegraph claimed the quintet would all have to be checked over ahead of their clash with Serbia.

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But the Manchester City, Manchester United and Real Madrid stars all took part in the first session.

Southgate took England to the brink of Euro glory three years ago, guiding his side to the final at Wembley against England.

But the Three Lions suffered heartache as they lost the final on penalties to Italy.

Southgate believes his current crop of stars have what it takes to go one better in Germany.

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