Phil Jones to return to full England training tomorrow

England's defender Phil Jones shoots wide of the goal during the international friendly football match between England and Chile at Wembley in north London on November 15, 2013
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Phil Jones will reportedly return to full training with England on Tuesday after recovering from a shoulder injury.

Manchester United defender Phil Jones will reportedly return to full England training on Tuesday after recovering from a shoulder injury.

Three Lions manager Roy Hodgson insisted last week that the 22-year-old was progressing, despite only being able to take part in non-contact training.

According to The Express, Jones will return to full training this week after recovering from damaged shoulder ligaments, which he picked up during United's 3-1 victory over Hull City on May 6.

Reports have claimed that Jones is expected to sit out of England's World Cup warm-up match against Peru at Wembley on Friday, but could feature over the next three games.

England will get their World Cup campaign underway against Italy in Manaus on June 14.

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