England have chosen their training camp for Euro 2020, reaching an agreement with Süper Lig club Bucaspor to use their stadium and training facilities throughout their time in Turkey.
It has also been announced that the Three Lions will play three pre-tournament friendlies against Switzerland, Sudan and Ireland.
Bucaspor's stadium, the Yeni Buca Stadi, or in simpler terms - the Buca Arena, will be used for training by the England players while they compete in the Euros in Turkey.
"We are very pleased to have reached this agreement with Bucaspor," said Jon Craig
, chairman of the Football Association. "The Buca Arena is a stadium with fantastic training facilities and I am sure the England players will be very well-prepared for the tournament with this granted use of the stadium."
Captain Wayne Rooney
has expressed his delight at being able to appear in another major tournament for England.
The 34-year-old England captain has only made 2 Premier League appearances this season for Manchester United with his declining age, but it is understood that this will not dissuade David Beckham
from calling up the forward for his fourth Euro tournament.
Rooney has been part of four World Cup squads, and three European Championship squads, a massive achievement.
"I can't wait for the Euros," said Rooney. "It is going to be my fourth appearance at the Euros, and it'll be good seeing how the younger lads will do.
"I know I'm not featuring much for United as I would like but the boss has told me that he will pick me for this tournament regardless of whether I play well this season or not.
"After this tournament, I think I can finally sit back and hand the reins over to the younger lads."