SportsAtletico travels to Germany without Gimenez, Savic, Lemar and Reguilon

Atletico travels to Germany without Gimenez, Savic, Lemar and Reguilon

Archive – French midfielder Thomas Lemar during a match with Atletico de Madrid – Joaquin Corchero / AFP7 / Europa Press – Archive

The coach of Atletico de Madrid, Diego Pablo Simeone, offered this Monday a list of 22 summoned for the visit to the German Bayer Leverkusen on the second day of the Champions League, with the casualties of Jose Maria Gimenez, Stefan Savic, Thomas Lemar and Sergio Reguilon.

The Argentine coach still cannot count on the Uruguayan and the Montenegrin in defense, and in addition to the left back, who continues with his process of recovering from his pubalgia, he cannot count on the French midfielder either, who suffers from a “strong contracture”, suffered in the last match, indicated the rojiblanco team.

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On the other hand, ‘Cholo’ seems to be able to count on the Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak, who left at the last minute against Celta last Saturday due to the trauma he suffered against Real Sociedad and which did not prevent him from playing against Porto last week. and he has also summoned the homegrown players Marco Moreno, Sergio Diez and Alber

The list is made up of Jan Oblak, Ivo Grbic and Antonio Gomis as goalkeepers, Felipe, Mario Hermoso, Reinildo Mandava, Nahuel Molina, Marco Moreno and Sergio Diez; Geoffrey Kondogbia, Rodrigo De Paul, Koke, Marcos Llorente, Yannick Carrasco, Axel Witsel, Saul Niguez and Alber; and Joao Felix, Antoine Griezmann, Angel Correa, Matheus Cunha and Alvaro Morata as forwards.

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Source: Europa Press


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