According to The Athletic, Trippier left the England training camp because he was going to attend a hearing about his alleged violation of FA gaming rules.
On Tuesday, local time, the England team officially announced that Trippier and Chilwell had left the team's training camp and would miss the game against Denmark.
According to reports, Trippier left the England training camp because he was going to attend a hearing about his alleged violation of the FA's gaming rules. For Trippier's alleged violation of the rules of betting when he transferred from Tottenham to Atletico in July 2019, the England defender may face a six-month suspension.
The media claimed that in May of this year, Trippier was accused of improper conduct for allegedly violating the FA's gaming rules. Trippier denied that he made any football-related bets or profited from other bets. However, the media learned that after Trippier chatted with friends on WhatsApp, a small group of friends placed a bet. The FA's gaming rules stipulate that it is illegal to disclose inside information.
The news pointed out that if found guilty, Trippier will be suspended for six months.
In March of this year, another England player, Sturridge, was banned by the FA for four months for similar reasons.