Tite calls up England athletes for qualifying matches

Tite calls up England athletes for qualifying matches
Tight technician reading to the team for the upcoming games (Photo: CBF)

Eight players from England are on Coach Tite’s roster for World Cup qualifiers against Venezuela, Colombia and Uruguay from October 7-14.

Athletes playing in English football were excluded from the final call-up due to restrictions imposed by the United Kingdom. Players returning from Brazil will have to quarantine and miss appointments to their clubs.

Brazil and Venezuela face off in Caracas on October 7. The next day, the team trains and returns to Colombia, more precisely Barranquilla, where the duel with the hosts will take place on the 10th.

The Brazilian team will reach Manaus at dawn on Monday. There will be three training sessions in the Amazonian capital leading up to the derby against Uruguay on Thursday.

Check the Roster of Summons

goalkeeper

Alison – Liverpool(ing)

Ederson – Manchester City(ing)

Waverton – Palm Trees

sides

Danilo – Juventus (ITA)

Emerson – Tottenham (ING)

Alex Sandro – Juventus (ITA)

Guilherme Arana – Atlético-MG

defenders

Thiago Silva – Chelsea(ing)

Marquinhos – Paris Saint Germain (FRA)

der Militao – Real Madrid (ESP)

Lucas Verissimo – Benfica (POR)

socks

Casemiro – Real Madrid (ESP)

Fabinho – Liverpool (England)

Gerson – Olympic Marseille (FRA)

Everton Ribeiro – Flamengo

Fred – Manchester United(ing)

Lucas Paqueta – Olympique Lyonnais

Adenilson – International

Raiders

Gabriel Jesus – Manchester City(ing)

Antony – Ajax (HOL)

Rafinha – Leeds United (ING)

Gabriel – Flemish

Matthias Cunha – Atletico Madrid (ESP)

Neymar Jr – Paris Saint Germain (FRA)

Vinicius Junior – Real Madrid (ESP)

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