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José Luis Gayà will the miss the World Cup due to injury and will be replaced by Barcelona's Alejandro Baldé
José Luis Gayà will the miss the World Cup due to injury and will be replaced by Barcelona's Alejandro Baldé
José Luis Gayà will the miss the World Cup due to injury and will be replaced by Barcelona's Alejandro Baldé
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José Luis Gayà will the miss the World Cup due to injury and will be replaced by Barcelona’s Alejandro Baldé

The World Cup sneaks up on José Luis Gayà. The left back suffered an ankle injury during the Spanish training camp, and despite the fact that the injury is not significant, Luis Enrique has opted to replace him. Alejandro Baldé from Barcelona has joined the team.

José Luis Gayà did not play in Spain’s practice game versus Jordan on Thursday (a 1-3 victory). Valencia’s full-back injured his ankle in one of the pre-match practice sessions. On Thursday, national team manager Luis Enrique expressed reservations over Gayà’s availability for the World Cup.

According to Spanish media, an investigation has revealed that Gayà’s ankle injury is not significant and that he will be out for roughly two weeks. That implies he won’t be able to help much during the group stage. Luis Enrique has delivered terrible news to Gayà, informing him that he would be replacing the fullback.

Gayà’s absence from the World Cup has officially been confirmed by the Spanish Football Association, with Baldé taking his position in the squad. The Barcelona-born kid has yet to make his debut for the Spanish national team. He had previously been pre-selected by Luis Enrique.

Barcelona now the team with most World Cup players

As a result, Barcelona, not Bayern Munich, is the club with the most players for the World Cup in Qatar. Due to Sadio Mané’s (Bayern Munich) disaster in Senegal. And the call-up of Alejandro Baldé of Barcelona now has seventeen players while Bayern has sixteen.

Apart from Baldé, Barcelona has delegated Eric Garca, Sergio Busquets, Gavi, Ferran Torres, Jordi Alba, Ansu Fati, Pedri (all Spain), Memphis Depay, Frenkie de Jong (both Netherlands), Jules Koundé, Ousmane Dembélé (France), Marc-André ter Stegen (Germany), Robert Lewandowski (Poland), Andreas Christensen (Denmark Manchester City and Bayern Munich are next with sixteen internationals each.

Surprisingly, Al Sadd is ranked fourth in that list. The Qatari club will send fifteen players to the World Cup.

José Luis Gayà will the miss the World Cup due to injury and will be replaced by Barcelona's Alejandro Baldé
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