With less than two weeks to go before the South American qualifiers return, all indications are that the news regarding player loans is very good.
Everything seems to indicate that there will be no problem in getting footballers from the United Kingdom, a feature that allows every national coach to get their best pieces.
Brazil, Venezuela and Paraguay have both released their lists with players from the Premier League and Colombia, with the list coming out next week expected to follow the same order.
The five-time world champion, who will visit Barranquilla on October 10, will have eight of her figures: Allison (Liverpool), Ederson (Manchester City), Emerson Royal (Tottenham), Diego Silva (Chelsea), Fabinho (Liverpool), Fred (Manchester), Manchester Rabinha (Leeds United) and Gabriel Jess (Manchester City).
For its part, Paraguay, along with Argentina, Chile and Venezuela, released the official announcement of its most important piece, Miguel Almiran (in Newcastle). Vinodino, who faces Brazil, Ecuador and Paraguay, will do this with Solomon Rondan (Everton).
As for Colombia, the list is long. Although Devinson had no problems with Sanchez and Eri Mina, the latter were left out of the squad due to injury.
An example of this is the news that came out this Friday regarding the blocking of Steven Alsat (Brighton) who thinks about Uruguay, Brazil and Ecuador.
Therefore, Reynolds Ruda’s best options for the next three matches are, in addition to those already mentioned, Jefferson Lerma (Bournemouth, English Second Division) and Alfredo Morelos (Rangers, Scottish League).
In the second phase Juan Camilo L’Cucho’s Hernandez (Watford) and in emergency Erson Mosquera (Wolverhampton) are clearly waiting for the evolution of his injury. Also below, will be Ian Boweda (Blackburn Rovers, English Second Division) with the lowest probability index.
Above the table, it is clear that there are interesting players from the UK in every line of the exam. Options that the coach can analyze in detail for their next projects.
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