Gareth Barry will be replaced by Phil Jageilka in England's squad for the European Championships after an abdomen tear ruled the Manchester City midfielder out of the summer finals.

The 31-year-old picked up the injury during the friendly victory over Norway, with a scan on Monday revealing the extent of the damage.

Everton defender Jagielka, who helped England keep a clean sheet in Roy Hodgson's first game as manager against Norway has been called up from the standby list.

Gareth Barry
Barry is out of Euro 2012

Hodgson said: "I'm very disappointed to lose Gareth, not only was he a member of my original 23-man squad but he has featured prominently in the England team over the last few years.

"I know how much he wanted to be part of the tournament but I'm sure he will still have a part to play with England after the Euros. I wish him a speedy recovery."

Barry is the second injury victim since Hodgson announced his squad on 16 May, with John Ruddy's broken finger seeing him replaced by Birmingham City stopper Jack Butland.

Having played a pivotal role in City's Premier League title win, Barry was expected to play an important role in one of two holding roles in England's midfield.

However, having replaced captain Steven Gerrard at half-time in Oslo, he lasted just 27 minutes before being substituted as a precaution.

The former Aston Villa captain, who featured during England's 2010 World Cup campaign, has 53 international caps to his name.

With James Milner, Frank Lampard, Scott Parker and Gerrard included in the provisional squad, Hodgson has decided against calling up another central midfielder, in Liverpool's Jordan Henderson, instead opting for defensive cover in Jagielka.

The decision could have as much to do with the versatility of Phil Jones, who played at right-back in Norway on Saturday, as it about the concern over Glen Johnson's fitness, with the full-back having missed the weekend's warm-up game and participated sporadically in training sessions.

Hodgson will announce his final 23 on Tuesday, before England complete their preparations for Euro 2012 with a friendly against Belgium at Wembley, prior to flying to their Krakow base on 6 June.