The Premier League club did not agree to the Argentine Football Association’s request

The English Premier League clubs have rejected the Argentine Football Federation’s request to rest their players in the final match before the start of the World Cup.

Argentina has requested not to keep its players in the team for the Premier League matches on November 12 and 13, saying that their match in the World Cup will take place before that.

Earlier, the Argentine FA rejected an English club for writing to an English club to release their players before the last round of league matches before the World Cup.

The club informed other Premier League clubs about this. After that, it is said that there was an informal agreement that all the clubs in the league will be unanimous in the dispute between the club and the country.

6 stars of the Argentine national team are playing for different Premier League clubs. Lisandro Martinez and Alejandro Garnacho are in Manchester United. Emiliano Bundia and Emiliano Martinez are under contract at Aston Villa. Christian Romero is playing for Tottenham and Alexis McAllister is playing for Brighton.

Argentina, coached by Lionel Scolani, will play a friendly match against UAE on November 16. Argentina, which is in the group, will start the World Cup 6 days later with a match against Saudi Arabia.

According to FIFA rules, clubs will not be obliged to release players until November 14. Clubs are aware that players can self-declare that they are injured in the final match before the World Cup.

Coach Scolani has made a team of 32 people from 55 to 35 at the start of the World Cup on October 21. The names of most of the team have been kept confidential. The list of 26 players should be made public by November 13.

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