Things are not going smoothly for England international Gary Cahill as the player untimely ended his international career.
Though the player is 32 years old, he still looks more energetic and active to carry on with his international career beyond this year.
However, his lack of active action for his club is having a negative influence on his England’s career as he is not getting a regular call-up to the Three Lions.
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The former Bolton Wanderers defender was part of Southgate’s squad who ended in the fourth position at the Russia 2018 World Cup but he didn’t make more than a single appearance throughout the tournament.
Having failed to feature regularly for the English side in Russia, coupled with uncertainty over his club’s future, Cahill has finally put an end to his international career.
While confirming his retirement from international duties, the 32-year-old defender said he is proud of what he’s achieved with the Three Lions since he made his debut.
According to him, it is an honour to have captained the team on a few occasions.
Cahill played more than 60 matches for the country but failed to lead them to any trophy.
Up next now for the England international is to sort out his club career before the close of the transfer period.
The Telegraph report that he’s set to remain at Stamford Bridge and fight for his place in Sarri’s lineup while Fanatik reported that he has reached a personal agreement with Galatasaray.
“I think it’s time that I take a step back now. It’s the right moment to do that. I’ve been hugely proud of what I’ve achieved, over 60 caps, I’ve captained my country on a few occasions, which has been a huge honour.” he concluded