Sweden striker Johan Elmander
is doubtful for the Euro 2012 finals after sustaining a foot
injury playing for his club side Galatasaray on Saturday.
An X-ray showed Elmander sustained a fractured metatarsal in
his right foot. He will be examined by Sweden's team doctors
before coach Erik Hamren announces his squad in Stockholm on
Elmander scored twice in the qualifying phase and was almost
certain to start when Sweden open their Group D campaign against
host nation Ukraine in Kiev on June 11.
The 30-year-old has not given up hope of recovering in time.
"It's hard to give a decision but I hope that it's no worse
than that I can come back quickly," he told Swedish television
Sweden also face France and England in Group D.
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