National teams were temporarily allowed to have 26 players at tournaments due to Covid but now UEFA have abolished this rule.
At Euro 2020, teams will be allowed to select only 23 players and this doesn't look like good news for some Chelsea players.
Reece James, Raheem Sterling and Cole Palmer are far from guaranteed starters for England. James will have to compete with Walker, Trippier and Trent for the right-back spot. Sterling has been snubbed three times in a row now while Palmer has just made his England debut and is far from being an established starter.
Things are looking brighter for Conor Gallagher, who's more likely to make the final cut, especially if he continues playing like he's been doing this season.
"The size of the squad makes it a different sort of thought process because you've had that leeway in the last couple of tournaments to take players that weren't going to be fit for the first couple of games," Gareth Southgate told ESPN about the rule change.
"This time the physical conditioning of players is going to be really important. The ability for players to bat out six, seven games ... If you can only take two for each position, players that are adaptable are helpful."