After all the controversy surrounding the decision of the Premier League not to loan its players for the South American Qualifiers, the English league ended up giving in to the pressure and finally these if they will be able to travel to their absolute selections. However, things are not so simple and in the face of an atypical triple date scheduled by CONMEBOL, most of them will only be able to play two of the games.
This is the case of the central defender Davinson Sanchez, who will join the Colombia National Team for the matches against Bolivia and Paraguay, but he must travel before the match against Chile, as reported by the journalist Pilar Velásquez. Apparently this condition is seen as non-negotiable by Tottenham, the club in which Sánchez acts.
The other player who would have been allowed to travel is Yerry Mina, from Everton, however when presenting physical discomfort he decided not to join the squad. In replacement of the tall back row, the coach Reinaldo Rueda announced a couple of days ago the call of the Bogota defender Andrés Llinás, who plays in Millonarios de la Liga BetPlay Dimayor.
At the moment it is unknown if the Italian, French and Portuguese leagues will maintain the player loan restriction similar to the one initially proposed by England. Players such as Juan Guillermo Cuadrado, Luis Diaz and David Ospina could be affected by the measure, with significant losses for the Tricolor.