England star and Manchester City ace Phil Foden has temporarily left England's Euro 2024 camp in Germany due to a "pressing family matter".

The Manchester City star played in the side's 0-0 draw with Slovenia last night.

An FA spokesperson said the player had "temporarily left the England camp and returned to the UK for a pressing family matter".

Foden started all three of England's Group C matches against Serbia, Denmark and Slovenia.

Sky News confirmed the news earlier today.

He has struggled playing off the left-hand side, with many fans calling for him to move into the No10 position behind Harry Kane.

It is the second successive tournament an England player has been forced to fly home for a personal matter.

Chelsea star Raheem Sterling left the camp at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after his home was burgled.

He later returned to the squad and came off the bench in the 2-1 defeat to France.