Gareth Southgate has, as expected, left Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood out of his England squad ahead of the upcoming fixtures against Wales, Belgium and Denmark.
The youngsters earned their first call-ups to the senior squad ahead of last month’s matches against Iceland and Denmark, but were expelled from the group for breaching coronavirus protocols.
While there is no place for Greenwood, his Manchester United team-mate Harry does return to the fold, The 27-year-old was initially selected for the Nations League games last month, despite an ongoing court hearing on the Greek island of Syros.
Southgate backed Maguire when announcing his squad in August but was forced to drop the 27-year-old later the same day after he was found guilty of assaulting a police officer, swearing, resisting arrest and bribery following an alleged incident in Mykonos.
Maguire, who strenuously denies the offences, has appealed against the verdict and subsequent 21-month suspended prison sentence and has since played in United’s two opening Premier League games, as well as the Carabao Cup win at Luton.
Goalkeepers: Dean Henderson, Jordan Pickford, Nick Pope.
Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ben Chilwell, Conor Coady, Eric Dier, Joe Gomez, Michael Keane, Harry Maguire, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Tyrone Mings, Bukayo Saka, Kieran Trippier, Kyle Walker.
Midfielders: Jordan Henderson, Mason Mount, Kalvin Phillips, Declan Rice, James Ward-Prowse, Harry Winks.
Forwards: Tammy Abraham, Harvey Barnes, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Jack Grealish, Danny Ings, Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling.
Elsewhere, Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been rewarded for his sensational start to the new season with a place in the senior squad for the first time, while Leicester City’s Harvery Barnes and Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka also make the step up from the Under-21s.
On Calvert-Lewin’s inclusion, Southgate said: ‘I think with pretty much all of the squad we have not just looked at what they did last season but an emphasis on the beginning of this season as well.
‘Hs all-round game in terms of what he gives to the team, his hold-up play, his ability to press the opposition – he is a pest to play against for defenders.
‘That adds a lot to the team and he has clearly been a big part of why Everton have started the season so well. He thoroughly deserves his opportunity.’
Calvert-Lewin, who has scored eight goals in five appearances this term, including two hat-tricks, added: ‘I’m a very, very proud man to get this first England call. I just phoned my mum and my dad, and my mum burst into tears. It’s something we’ve spoken about since I was a young boy. To get here now and get the call-up is a dream come true. I’m very happy.
I found out with a text message [from the FA]. Pickers (Jordan Pickford) and Keano (Michael Keane) were obviously named in the squad and they were saying, ‘Have you got the text yet?’.
‘I went to my phone and saw the text message… I didn’t really know how to feel, if I’m being honest. I’ve thought about this moment so many times.’