Harvey Barnes to miss Euros competition

 Leicester City winger Harvey Barnes will miss the current year's European Championship for England in the wake of enduring a difficulty in his get back from knee medical procedure, administrator Brendan Rodgers said. 

Barnes supported the injury during Leicester's 3-1 home Premier League rout by Arsenal in February, and was at first expected to miss around a month and a half. 

In any case, Rodgers said the 23-year-old required another activity that would preclude him for the remainder of the period. 

"We've had a slight misfortune with Harvey," Rodgers told a news meeting in front of Friday's outing to Southampton. "He's simply gone in to have a second, minor activity, to clear up a portion of the harm in his knee. 

"It will likely standard him out for the remainder of the period, however the arrangement is to get him through this and afterward he'll be back for pre-season. 

"It's a disgrace (he will miss the Euros) since he's been totally extraordinary. We trusted he'd have returned to have some impact, however it's not to be. The main thing is preparing his knee right and for next season." 

Barnes, who made his England debut in October, has been one of third-put Leicester's most persuasive players this season with nine objectives and four aids the Premier League. 

Leicester trail second-put Manchester United by five with five games to play and Rodgers is sure his side can upgrade the shortfall. 

"The last five games will be energizing," he said. "We're five focuses behind United we've actually got them to play. Our center is a lot of turning upward ... to complete as high as possible." 

Leicester will take a section in a web-based media blacklist this end of the week as a component of the reaction to proceeded with online bigoted maltreatment of players and Rodgers trusts it will have the important effect. 

"Ideally it shows we're not representing it and ... we can profit by it," he added.

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