Colombia already knows the 26 footballers who will fight for qualification for Qatar 2022

Colombia already knows the 26 footballers who will fight for qualification for Qatar 2022

Definitely, be in the Qatar World Cup 2022 is one of the clear objectives of several national teams, including Colombia. In fact, your current technician, Reinaldo Rueda, has released the list of 26 footballers who will fight again to classify the ‘coffee’ country for such an important event.

Since Bookmakers Colombia han ido, in addition to recommending you the Rushbet Promotional Code, giving clues during the last weeks of who would finally be chosen, and their predictions have not been very far from the final call, which we detail below:

Aldair Quintana Rojas - Atlético Nacional (Colombia)

Alfredo Morelos Avilez - Rangers (Scotland)

Baldomero Perlaza Perlaza - Atlético Nacional (Colombia)

Camilo Vargas Gil - Atlas FC (Mexico)

Carlos Cuesta Figueroa - KRC Genk (Begica)

Daniel Muñoz Mejía - KRC Genk (Belgium)

David Ospina Ramírez - Napoli (Italy)

David Sánchez Mina - Tottenham (England)

Duván Zapata Banguero - Atalanta (Italy)

Gustavo Cuéllar Gallego- Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia)

James Rodríguez Rubio - Everton (England)

Jéfferson Lerma Solís - A. F. C. Bournemouth (England)

Juan Guillermo Cuadrado Bello - Juventus (Italy)

Juan Fernando Quintero Paniagua - Shenzen (China)

Luis Diaz Marulanda - Porto (Portugal)

Luis Muriel Fruit- Atalanta (Italy)

Matheus Uribe Villa - Porto (Portugal)

Miguel Borja Hernández - Junior (Colombia)

Oscar Murillo Murillo - Pachuca (Mexico

Rafael Santos Borré Maury – River Plate (Argentina)

Sebastián Pérez Cardona - Boavista (Portugal)

Stefan Medina Ramírez - Monterrey (Mexico)

William Tesillo Gutiérrez - León (Mexico)

Wílmar Barrios Terán - Zenit (Russia)

Yairo Moreno Berrío - Leon (Mexico)

Yerry Mina González - Everton (England)

Rueda introduces new faces

On his return, the Colombia coach has introduced new names to the roster, as they are: Aldair Quintana, Miguel Ángel Borja or Baldomero Perlaza, all of them militants in Colombian soccer.

These changes were already expected by Casas de Apuestas Colombia, who also sensed the absence of men like Radamel Falcao.

However, Rueda has once again relied on other 'heavyweights' from the recent past of the Colombian national team such as James Rodríguez or Yerrey Mina. The ex-footballers of Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, teammates currently at English Everton, they want to be leaders of their team in this new start of the qualifying heats where they will face Peru and Argentina (3 Y 8 of June).

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