LONG LIST OF PLAYERS
Abde, Bono or Salah: The 'cracks' who will leave their clubs for the Africa Cup
Published:26/12/2021 - 19:46h
Updated:26/12/2021 - 19:46h
The Africa Cup is being a headache for the big clubs in Europe, who will have to give up their players for a maximum of a month in the middle of the regular season
The month of January will be marked by the big drops that will have a lot of European teams in the middle of the dispute of the Glass of Africa, of 9 January to 6 February. The clubs are forced to yield to his players to his respective selections and will have to contest a whole month with important absences. The FC Barcelona will lose to Ez Abde, canterano that is being a key player in the last parties and in the one who Xavi Hernández trusts fully.
In the Barcelona team is not the only of LaLiga that will lose to players. The Seville, for example, will yield to three to the selection of Morocco, footballer that are keys for the approach of Julen Lopetegui: Bono, In Nesyri and Munir. In the case of the guardameta, is a fixed for the Andalusians, but Dmitrovic will try that his absence do not notice . In the case of the leading centre, finish to go out of an injury and in Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán fear a relapse or new problems, in addition to that they will not be able to enjoy of him after his recovery. Finally, Munir is not enjoying of a lot of minutes with the Seville, but keeps on being an important player.
The Villarreal, by his part, will lose to four players. The first is Mandi after his announcement with Algeria, with which will look for to revalidate the title. The central is one of the most important players for Unai Emery, but also for his selection. The 'yellow submarine' neither will have Aurier, one of the big novelties of the season, after being called by Ivory Coast for the dispute of the championship. Likewise, Chukwueze will leave the Villarreal to defend to Nigeria. It is a player that wakes up a lot of interest for his country by his desborde, skill in the area and ease to annotate or assist.
Finally, it is Bouyale Dia, with Senegal. It treats of the fourth player of the group directed by Emery that will leave , at most, by a month, leaving to the team in a situation more than complicated. Dribble, by his part, has been summoned with Ghana and the Mallorca will lose his speed and big power in the field. It is a drop more than sensitive for the Balearic.
In England the 'escape' will be total
Although the Spanish teams will remain 'touched', does not have at all that see with what will happen in England, where will leave until 39 players to the Glass of Africa in January. The Arsenal will lose to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon), Mohamed Elneny (Egypt), Thomas Partey (Ghana) and Nicolas Pepe (Ivory Coast). The Aston Villa to Marvelous Nakamba (Zimbabwe), Bertrand Traore (Burkina Faso) and Mahmoud Trezeguet (Egypt). The Brentford to Tariqe Fosu-Henry (Ghana), Julian Jeanvier (Guinea) and Frank Onyeka (Nigeria). By his part, the Brighton will remain without Yves Bissouma (Mali).
The Burnley only will remain without a player, Maxwel Cornet (Ivory Coast), to the equal that Chelsea, with Edouard Mendy (Senegal), a drop that will cause the indisputable titularity of Kepa for the 'blues'. Likewise, Crystal Palace confronts to the 'escape' of four footballers: Jordan Ayew (Ghana), Cheikhou Kouyate (Senegal), Jeffrey Schlupp (Ghana) and his star Wilfried Zaha (Ivory Coast), whereas the Everton will not have Jean-Philippe Gbamin (Ivory Coast) and Alex Iwobi (Nigeria).
The Leicester City will remain very touched with the drops of Daniel Amartey (Ghana), Kelechi Iheanacho (Nigeria), Nampalys Mendy (Senegal) and Wilfred Ndidi (Nigeria). As well as the Liverpool, that loses to three of his 'cracks': Naby Keita (Guinea), Sadio Mane (Senegal) and Mohamed Salah (Egypt). The Manchester City no 'save' and will remain without Riyad Mahrez (Algeria). Whereas his neighbours of the United will not have to Eric Bailly and Love Diallo, those who will defend to the selection of Ivory Coast.
Next, in the list of drops are Moussa Djenepo (Mali)
Mohammed Salisu (Ghana), of the Southampton. The Watford is the team that more players will loan, five in total: Emmanuel Dennis (Nigeria), Peter Etebo (Nigeria), Adam Masina (Morocco), Ismaila Sarr (Senegal) and William Troost-Ekong (Nigeria). Finally, the West Ham will yield to Said Benrahma (Algeria) and the Wolves to Willy Boly (Ivory Coast) and Romain Saiss (Morocco).