England manager Gareth Southgate says he “wouldn’t imagine” that forward Raheem Sterling is “hugely enthusiastic” about him at the moment.
Sterling was dropped by Southgate for Thursday’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Montenegro after aclash with team-mate Joe Gomezat England’s training camp.
But Harry Maguire feels the squad has “moved on” from the incident on Monday.
“Joe and Raheem are talking now,” said the Manchester United defender. “It’s good for the team to move on.”
Manchester City forward Sterling has stayed with the squad and the 24 – year-old will be available for Sunday’s qualifier in
At a news conference on Wednesday, Southgate said: “I wouldn’t imagine that he’s hugely enthusiastic – but I can understand that.
“He’s with the group, that’s the most important thing. He’s a massive part of what we do – has been, will be.
“He’s with us for the game tomorrow, he’s back with the team on the training pitch enjoying his football. [He] trained superbly well, as he always does.
“So for me, the thing is finished.”