They have just been summoned and could two coffee growers get off the list?

Everything is ready for the return of the South American Qualifiers heading to Qatar 2022. The Colombian National Team, led by Reinaldo Rueda, already has its list of 28 summoned for the duels against Brazil and Paraguay.

Although it is expected that the aforementioned will play the next few days with their clubs and later travel to the coffee concentration, two cases in particular generate concern in the coaching staff.

They are Diego Valoyes (Talleres winger) and Jhon Janer Lucumí (Genk central defender), who, according to some press versions, have physical problems.

Just journalist Julián Capera detailed on social networks that the medical team of the National Team is “very attentive” to the state of both players because they come from “ending the week with physical discomfort.”

Regarding the Cartagena attacker, his situation is a mystery. On the one hand, both Capera and the Argentine media ‘La Voz’ agree that the player is not in optimal conditions. Even from the su of the continent they doubt their ownership this Saturday when Talleres de Córdoba visit Godoy Cruz.

“Medina will save until minutes before the match against” el Tomba “the team formation. Two of those footballers who would be “between cottons” would be Diego Valoyes and Michael Santos, according to what emerged from yesterday’s practice, but it is the Colombian winger, summoned in the last hours to the national team that will play the double date of November of the qualifying rounds against Brazil and Paraguay, who of the two would require more care”, The medium reviewed.

In this vein, from ‘La Voz’ they assure that it would be a “mild muscle fatigue“Because” he is one of the players who is feeling the physical effort the most due to his imposing display and the devastating spikes that he exhibits in each game. “

On the other hand, the ex-Equidad confirmed that he had a dialogue with the Win Sports program ‘Take Long’ that he does not know where this information came from and expressed that he was perfectly fine.

I have no idea why they got that information. I am very well, I have been training well and I do not have any kind of problem“, said. Total doubt.

Regarding Lucumí, in statements collected by the journalist Mauricio Luna, the newspaper ‘Sporx’ detailed that the Colombian is “between cottons” and in that sense he would lose this weekend’s game against Brugge.

Apparently, his annoyances, which point to be in the twins, occurred after the duel valid for the Europa League between his team, Genk, and West Ham. Bad news for a player who had full confidence in the Carlos Queiroz era and who has just been taken into account again.


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They have just been summoned and could two coffee growers get off the list?