Marco Reus Borussia Dortmund
Germany's Marco Reus will not travel to France for the Euro 2016 owing to injury concerns.Reuters

Arsenal fullback Hector Bellerin got a major positive news on the Euro 2016 final squads deadline day as he has been included in the final 23-member list for Spain for the tournament in France. Germany hotshot Marco Reus, however, received a worrying news on Tuesday, also his birthday.

Reus, identified as one of the key attacking midfielders for Die Mannschaft, has been left out of the final 23-member squad by Joachim Low owing to injury worries. The 27-year-old Borussia Dortmund star had also missed the FIFA World Cup in 2014.

"The medical staff could not give a clear prognosis for Marco," Low was quoted as saying by the BBC on Reus' omission from the final squad. "He has massive injury problems and the medical staff was very sceptical about his ability to last through the coming weeks and such a gruelling tournament.

"It is a bitter decision and bitter for Marco."

Bellerin, meanwhile, who was among the list of standbyes in the provisional squad for Spain, has found a place in the final 23 on Tuesday, after Real Madrid midfielder Dani Carvajal was ruled out of Euro 2016. Carvajal, 24, suffered a thigh injury during his team's game against Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final last Saturday.

"I had to leave and I knew there and then that I would probably miss Euro 2016," Carvajal told Spanish radio station Cadena Cope.

For England, the big news remains that Manchester United rising star Marcus Rashford finds a place in the final 23-man list named by Roy Hodgson. Fabian Delph, Danny Drinkwater and Andros Townsend have missed out.

Here are the final Euro 2016 squads:

GERMANY: Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Marc- André ter Stegen (Barcelona), Bernd Leno (Bayer Leverkusen).

DefendersJérôme Boateng (Bayern Munich), Emre Can (Liverpool), Jonas Hector (Köln), Benedikt Höwedes (Schalke), Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund), Shkodran Mustafi (Valencia), Antonio Rüdiger (AS Roma).

Midfielders: Julian Draxler (Wolfsburg), Sami Khedira (uventus), Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid), Thomas Müller (Bayern München), Mesut Özil (Arsenal), Lukas Podolski (Galatasaray), Leroy Sané (FC Schalke 04), André Schürrle (Wolfsburg), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Manchester United), Julian Weigl (Borussia Dortmund).

Forwards: Mario Gómez (Besiktas), Mario Götze (Bayern Munich).

SPAIN: Goalkeepers: Iker Casillas (Porto), David De Gea (Man United), Sergio Rico (Sevilla).

Defenders: Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba, Marc Bartra (all Barcelona), Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea), Mikel San Jose (Athletic Bilbao), Hector Bellerin (Arsenal).

Midfielders: Bruno (Villarreal), Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta (both Barcelona), Thiago (Bayern Munich), David Silva (Manchester City), Pedro, Cesc Fabregas (both Chelsea).

Forwards: Aritz Aduriz (Athletic Bilbao), Nolito (Celta Vigo), Alvaro Morata (Juventus).

ENGLAND: Goalkeepers: Joe Hart (Manchester City), Fraser Forster (Southampton), Tom Heaton (Burnley).

Defenders: Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Chris Smalling (Manchester United), John Stones (Everton), Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur), Ryan Bertrand (Southampton), Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur), Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool).

Midfielders: Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur), Ross Barkley (Everton), Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Adam Lallana (Liverpool), James Milner (Liverpool), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Jack Wilshere (Arsenal).

Strikers: Wayne Rooney (Manchester United), Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), Jamie Vardy (Leicester City), Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United).

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