James Milner has quit international football (via BBC Sport).
The 30-year-old won 61 caps and scored a single goal during his seven-year career with the Three Lions.
He was in the squad for the 2010 World Cup in Germany, the 2012 Euros in Poland/Ukraine, the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, and most recently, this summer’s 2016 Euros.
However, Roy Hodgson only gave him a single minute of game time in France as England were thoroughly humiliated in the tournament.
“The decision we’ve reached is about common sense. I wish Sam [Allardyce], the players, staff and supporters success in the future,” Milner said.
The ex-Leeds United youth player also holds the record for the most England U21 caps, making 46 appearances for the under-age side since his debut against Portugal in 2004.
His only goal for the senior side came against Moldova in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
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