Danny Mills says he would drop Jack Wilshere from England squad

England's Jack Wilshere in action with Turkey's Caner Erkin

There are serious doubts about the Arsenal star's fitness.

England's Jack Wilshere in action with Turkey's Caner ErkinEngland's Jack Wilshere in action with Turkey's Caner Erkin

Danny Mills has told BBC Radio 5 Live that he would drop Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere from the England squad for Euro 2016.

England manager Roy Hodgson is currently deliberating over the final squad he will take to the tournament.

He originally named a provision 26-man squad, with three players needing to be cut from that group.

England's Jack Wilshere during trainingEngland's Jack Wilshere during training

There are doubts about the fitness of several stars and Wilshere is among them, given he missed nearly all of the season for Arsenal.

He has featured in both of the Three Lions’ friendlies in the past week, but Mills has not been impressed and says he would leave him behind.

“I’d leave Wilshere, I don’t think he’s fit enough,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live.

“He’s not in great form [either]. The two friendlies he’s played in so far, he hasn’t been brilliant. He could break down at any moment.”

England's Jack Wilshere during trainingEngland's Jack Wilshere during training

It will certainly be interesting to see who the England manager cuts from the squad, with the decision clearly a hard one to make.

Despite the fitness concerns over Wilshere, it seems unlikely that he will be cut, with Hodgson appearing determined to have him in his team for the tournament in France.

A man in serious dangers is Daniel Sturridge, whose own fitness issues have left him looking likely to miss out at present.

England manager Roy HodgsonEngland manager Roy Hodgson

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