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Gareth Southgate called up the uncapped Manchester United right-back for September's Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Kosovo.
But the Football Association has confirmed that Wan-Bissaka has returned to Old Trafford.
A statement read: "Aaron Wan-Bissaka has withdrawn from the England squad.
"The Manchester United right-back has returned to his club due to a back issue.
"With Trent Alexander-Arnold and Kieran Trippier already included in Gareth Southgate's now 24-man squad, no replacements are planned."
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