Probable squad of Argentina leaks online!

Probable squad of Argentina leaks online! The football world cup is knocking on the door. And only 31 days left. Coaches and selectors of all teams are busy with preliminary team announcements. Because of this, football fans are busy speculating about who will be in the World Cup squad of their favorite team.

Brazil and France are the two favorites cited by the bookmakers and fans leading into the tournament, but Argentina hoisting the World Cup is a very feasible outcome in December given the run of results that manager Lionel Scaloni has marshaled: 35-match unbeaten streak that is just three short of the world record.

Scaloni has tactfully molded this team since taking over in 2018, and his work culminated in the 2021 Copa America triumph on Brazilian soil, clinching Messi his first trophy with the senior national team and finally ridding him of the criticism that constantly followed him on his travels for his country.

And at such a time, the World Cup squad was leaked by the title-seeking team of Argentina. According to the country’s local media, Argentina team coach Lionel Scaloni will hand over the initial squad of 35 members to FIFA any day next week. And that squad has been leaked.

Argentina sports TV channel TNT Sports journalist Arturo Bullian leaked this group of 35 members of Argentina on Wednesday night. Here are the names of all the initial squads announced for Argentina’s last two matches. New additions: Juan Musso, Marco Senesi, Juan Faith, Lucas Alario, Lucas Ocampos, Nicolas Dominguez, Giovanni Simeone.

Argentina’s 35-man World Cup squad leaked


Emiliano Martinez, Jeronimo Rulli, Franco Armani, Juan Musso

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Nahuel Molina, Gonzalo Montiel, Christian Romero, Herman Petzela, Nicklas Otamendi, Lisandro Martinez, Marcos Acuña, Nicklas Taliafico, Juan Faith, Facundo Medina, Nahuen Perez, Lucas Martinez Cuarta/Marco Senesi.


Rodrigo De Paul, Leandro Paredes, Giovanni Lo Celso, Alexis McAllister, Guido Rodriguez, Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez, Enzo Fernandez, Esquiel Palacios, Thiago Almada.


Lionel Messi, Lautaro Martinez, Angel Di Maria, Julián Alvarez, Paulo Dybala, Nicolas Gonzales, Angel Correa, Joaquin Correa, Giovanni Simeone/Emiliano Buendia, Lucas Alario/Lucas Ocampos/Nicolas Dominguez.


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