Colombia national team: Invitation to players from the Prime Minister and Scotland in the qualifiers | Colombia Choice
There are less than two weeks left until the South American qualifiers return and everything seems to indicate that the news regarding player loans is very good.
Everything seemed to indicate that footballers from the UK would have no problem coming in, an aspect that allows every national coach to get the best of him.
Brazil, Venezuela and Paraguay have all published their lists with players from the Premier League and Colombia, whose list will be released next week, are expected to follow the same line.
The five-time world champion, who will visit Barranquilla on October 10, will bring eight of her characters: Alisson (Liverpool), Ederson (Manchester City), Emerson Royal (Tottenham), Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Fabinho (Liverpool), Fred (Manchester United). Ravenha (Leeds United) and Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City).
For its part, Paraguay, which will meet Argentina, Chile and Venezuela, made the official announcement of its most important pieces Miguel Almiron (Newcastle). While Venotinto, who faces Brazil, Ecuador and Paraguay, will do the same with Salomon Rondon (Everton).
As for Colombia, the list is long. While there was no problem with Davinson Sanchez and Leri Mina eventually ‘falling out’ from the squad due to injury, the upcoming duels are of vital importance when considering the World Cup in Qatar and therefore superlative talent is to be expected.
An example of this is the news on Friday that Stephen El Zatty (Brighton) has been banned from considering Uruguay, Brazil and Ecuador.
Thus, the great options for Renaldo Rueda for the next triple match, in addition to those already mentioned, will be Jefferson Lerma (Bournemouth, English second tier) and Alfredo Morelos (Rangers, Scottish League).
In the second step appears Juan Camilo El ‘Cucho’ Hernandez (Watford) and in the event of an emergency Yerson Mosquera (Wolverhampton), clearly awaiting the development of his injury. Furthermore, with a lower probability index it would be Ian Poveda (Blackburn Rovers, 2nd Class English).
With the above on the table, it’s clear that the selection has interesting players from the UK on every line. Options that the coach can analyze in detail for his next suggestions.