Guidetti left out of Sweden's Euro 2012 squad

The 20-year-old has been sensational this season but was omitted from the final list because of fitness problems, while Elmander is part of the side despite his foot injury
Sweden coach Erik Hamren has left out young striker John Guidetti from his 23-man squad for Euro 2012.

The 20-year-old, who is owned by Manchester City, had been strongly tipped to make the squad after an impressive season on loan at Feyenoord, but failed to make the cut because of an injury.

However, Johan Elmander, who suffered a suspected serious foot injury in Galatasaray's goalless draw with Fenerbahce at the weekend, has been included in Hamren's side.

"Our doctor Leif Sward estimates that there is a big chance that Elmander will be back to full fitness for the matches at Euro 2012," Hamren told reporters at a press conference.

"There was no chance that Guidetti would be able to take part due to an injury."

Sweden have been drawn in Group D with Ukraine, France and England. Prior to the tournament, Hamren's men will play two friendly matches, against Iceland and Serbia.

Below you can find the squad in full:
Name Club
Andreas Isaksson PSV
Johan Wiland FC Copenhagen
Par Hansson Helsingborg
Mikael Lustig Celtic
Olof Mellberg Olympiakos
Andreas Granqvist Genoa
Martin Olsson Blackburn
Jonas Olsson West Bromwich
Mikael Antonsson Bologna
Behrang Safari Anderlecht
Rasmus Elm AZ
Sebastian Larsson Sunderland
Anders Svensson Elfsborg
Kim Kallstrom Olympique Lyonnais
Pontus Wernbloom CSKA Moscow
Samuel Holmen Istanbul BB
Emir Bajrami Twente
Christian Wilhelmsson Al-Hilal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic AC Milan
Johan Elmander Galatasaray
Tobias Hysen IFK Goteborg
Ola Toivonen PSV
Markus Rosenberg Werder Bremen