Garnacho’s presence in the Under 20 World Cup is increasingly complicated

The possibility of striker Alejandro Garnacho playing for the Argentine national team in the Under 20 World Cup is getting further away every day, and this Friday his own coach at Manchester United, the Dutchman Erik Ten Hag, paid for it, who said he “doesn’t” see it participating in that contest.

“I don’t see Garnacho playing the Under 20 World Cup with the Argentine national team,” Ten Hag declared during the press conference after the 2-2 draw reached by his team as a visitor to Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League, after winning 2 -0 after the first half.

“Next week Garnacho will be training normally with the rest of the squad. For tomorrow he is scheduled to do so partially. But there is still no estimated time to play games again,” warned the coach from the Netherlands , 53 years old. The phrase came to light just as the striker extended his relationship with the club until 2028, a fact that could further complicate his loan for the tournament that begins on May 20.

Annoyed by the points that his team missed and with a very serious face, Ten Hag addressed the questions of a journalist who insisted on the Garnacho issue at the end of the press conference at the Tottenham stadium. His answer, if it is effectively transferred to the facts, will deprive the Argentine team led by Javier Mascherano, who just traveled to Europe to, among other things, take steps with his Dutch colleague to get the competition for the attacker born in Madrid who will next July 1 will be 19 years old.

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