England and Leicester City playmaker Harvey Barnes has been ruled out of Euro 2020 with his national side.
The attacker is out of the tournament, after he suffered a relapse in his return from an injury.
Barnes has 13 goals and four assists from 35 games in all competitions this term.
According to Foxes manager Brendan Rodgers, Barnes will not play for the rest of the season, and will not be fit in time for Euro 2020 either.
“He’s had a slight setback,” Rodgers said of Barnes.
“He’s just gone in to have a second minor operation to clear up some of the damage in his knee. That will rule him out for the rest of the season. The plan is to get him fit for pre-season.
“It’s a shame [he will miss the Euros] because he has been outstanding. The most important thing is to get his knee right.”