In order to recover from Sunday’s 1-0 loss to Arsenal, Manchester City’s No. 2 is doing individual training, according to Sky Sports.
Walker doesn’t appear or act his age—he’s only 33.
Footballers in their thirties, on the other hand, need to take even better care of their bodies to maintain peak performance for both club and nation because time is not patient.
If all goes according to plan on Tuesday, Walker should be able to participate in full training with the Three Lions starting tomorrow.
Kyle Walker will be hoping to rest on Friday for Manchester City.
Prior to playing Italy in a qualifying match for EURO 2024 the following Tuesday, England plays a friendly match against Australia on Friday.
Given that there is no risk involved, Guardiola would undoubtedly hope that Gareth Southgate does not use Walker against the Australians.
This season, the £53 million player for Manchester City has started each of the eight Premier League games and two UEFA Champions League contests.
Additionally, under Guardiola, the defender from Sheffield plays a variety of positions, including inverted full-back, which calls for extensive coverage.
Guardiola will be disappointed if Walker plays and hurts himself, and Southgate should hopefully recognize this and remove him from the friendly match against Australia.