Wales' Tom Lawrence
Wales attacker Tom Lawrence has confirmed via Twitter that he is out of Euro 2016 through injury.
Lawrence expressed how disappointed he was to miss out on his first major tournament. The Leicester City owned 22-year-old vowed to bounce back.
1/2 Absolutely gutted not to be involved in the euros due to a torn ligament in my ankle it's a hard one to take but I'll be back stronger— Tom (@TomLawrence99) May 30, 2016
2/2 I'll be supporting the lads hopefully from France and if not then watching no doubt, all of them will do Wales proud no doubt— Tom (@TomLawrence99) May 30, 2016
Lawrence has been out on loan this season at Blackburn Rovers and Cardiff City, missing out on his club's Premier League title success. He made a total of 35 appearances in the Championship for the two clubs.
Newport's Janoi Donacien and Blackburn's Tom Lawrence
The attacking midfielder has won four caps for Wales, featuring in their qualifying campaign, having previously made eight appearances at under-21 level.
Wales are in England's group at Euro 2016, along with Slovakia and Russia.
Lawrence made his professional debut for Manchester United, later substituted for Ryan Giggs, in his first match as player-manager in 2014, but was sold months later when Louis van Gaal took over.
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Lawrence is under contract at Leicester City until 2018 and will hope to be fit in time for when pre-season begins this summer.
Leicester City's Tom Lawrence in action with Aston Villa's Alan Hutton