Leak of England's Euro 2016 squad was a hoax
The Football Association have moved to dismiss suggestions that England's Euro 2016 squad was leaked on Monday, dismissing the list of names that appeared on Twitter as a hoax.
A screenshot appeared on Twitter purporting to be a press release naming Roy Hodgson's 23-man squad three days prior to the official announcement.
However, sources understands the Football Association regards the post as a hoax and declined to make a formal response, though that did not stop fans having their say.
The appearance of Man Utd's Luke Shaw, absent for the last six months with a broken leg, and Arsenal's Jack Wilshere, who has played only twice this season, proved particularly provocative - as did the relegation of Tottenham pair Kyle Walker and Danny Rose to the standby list.
But a closer inspection of the text suggested it should be taken with a large pinch of salt.
Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne's first name was mis-spelled 'Nathanial' and the name venue for this month's friendly against Turkey was incorrectly branded as the 'City of Manchester Stadium' as opposed to the official moniker for the night - the Manchester City Stadium.
Hodgson will reveal his selections at Wembley Stadium on Thursday afternoon.