Wayne Rooney was left out of the England squad for June’s matches against Scotland and France on Thursday.
The 31-year-old, who has 119 caps, has only started 15 league matches for Manchester United this season.
Tottenham right-back Kieran Trippier has been called up for the first time for the World Cup qualifier in Glasgow and friendly at the Stade de France.
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Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland returns, having recovered from the ankle injury suffered against Germany in March 2016.
Rooney’s United team-mate, striker Marcus Rashford, is once more included in coach Gareth Southgate’s party.
Burnley centre-back Michael Keane misses out, having missed the Clarets’ last three games through injury, and Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has a small injury.
England travel to Hampden Park on 10 June for their qualifier against Scotland. Southgate’s side lead Group F with 13 points after five games. Scotland are fourth with seven points.
They then travel to France for a friendly on 13 June.
Southgate said, “The Scotland game is one of football’s great fixtures.”
“We’re in a place in the group where a win can really put us in a very strong position, and that’s what we want to achieve.
“France is a great challenge for us. Our ambition with our friendly matches is to play the best possible teams – we’ve done that by playing Spain and Germany already.”
With inputs from agencies.