Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Jamie Vardy won't start for England at Euro 2016... he doesn't have enough international experience, says Arsene Wenger

Jamie Vardy won't start for England at Euro 2016. He doesn't have enough international experience, says Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger has claimed that Jamie Vardy will not be a starter for England at Euro 2016, with the Frenchman believing he is yet to gain the necessary experience at international level to do so.
The Leicester City striker is still mulling over a move to Arsenal after they activated a £20million release clause in his contract, and Roy Hodgson is after a speedy resolution to the transfer saga.
Leicester have gone close to matching Arsenal's offer of £120,000 a week, but Wenger does not believe his performances in the Premier League have made him an automatic choice for England's tournament opener against Russia this Saturday.
Arsene Wenger has claimed that Jamie Vardy will not be a starter for England at Euro 2016 despite his quality

Arsene Wenger has claimed that Jamie Vardy will not be a starter for England at Euro 2016 despite his quality
Arsenal manager Wenger has triggered Vardy's release clause by bidding £20million for the prolific striker

Arsenal manager Wenger has triggered Vardy's release clause by bidding £20million for the prolific striker

'I don't think that Vardy will be a starter,' Wenger said in an interview with beIN Sports. 'He has earned his place in the squad. 
'I don't say this because he does not have the quality, but because he doesn't have enough experience at that level to say the whole tournament will depend on Vardy. Will he be there? Certainly.

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