The forward of the
Atlético de Madrid Joao Félix, suffering from an ankle trauma suffered with the Portuguese team, is finally out for the game this Sunday against Sevilla, which was left out of the call of 18 players, in which they are not Yannick Carrasco, Moussa Dembélé and Lucas Torreira.
Has not recovered in time Joao Felix, who did not train on Thursday, Friday or Saturday with the group, in doubt the last days for the match at the stadium Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán for the coup last Tuesday with his team, and is not available for the game.
The attacker is added to the casualty list at Carrasco, sanctioned for a cycle of five yellow cards, apart from recovering from a blow to an ankle; Dembélé, who follows an individualized training plan to follow up on medical services after he fainted due to a slight drop in blood pressure last week; and Torreira, for the death of his mother for Covid-19.
In the summons it is Victor Machín, ‘Vitolo’, back to training with the group on Saturday after the individualized session on Friday.
The call is made up of 18 footballers: the goalkeepers Jan
Oblak and Ivo Grbic; the defenders Kieran Trippier, Sime Vrsaljko, Stefan Savic, Mario Hermoso, José María Giménez, Felipe Monteiro and Renan Lodi; the media Saúl Ñíguez, Koke Resurrección, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Marcos Llorente and Héctor Herrera; the extremes Thomas Lemar and Víctor Machín, ‘Vitolo’; and forwards Luis Suárez and Ángel Correa.