Brazil upcoming matches does not include Man United midfielder Fred

Manchester United

Fred, a midfielder for Manchester United, was left off of Brazil roster for the upcoming international break.

On March 25, Brazil meet Morocco in a friendly. Ramon Menezes, the interim manager, has chosen a group of players.

Tite, the team’s former manager, was fired after they lost to Croatia in the quarterfinals. Fred attended the World Cup under his leadership.

It appears to be a test team because some important players, including Neymar, Gabriel Martinelli, and Alisson, were out.

Fred would undoubtedly be in the lineup based only on his current performance; in his last ten United games, he has contributed to seven goals.

He has filled the void left by Christian Eriksen’s injury. He also met the challenge provided by the loan signing of Marcel Sabitzer.

Read More: Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey has revealed the reasons for having injury issues.

Why is Fred not included in Brazil squad?

Given our demanding schedule, Fred taking a break during the international break for Brazil would be beneficial for United.

It is hoped that Casemiro will be managed prudently. Alex Telles, who is on loan at Sevilla, and Antony have also been called up.

In the meantime, Alejandro Garnacho selected by Argentina manager Lionel Scaloni. A 35-man roster following the World Cup victory.

On March 23, they play Panama in Buenos Aires; five days later, they play Curacao. Garnacho and Lisandro Martinez called up as a result of their recent strong play.

He is eligible to play for both Spain and the international team, there has been discussion on Garnacho’s future. But these games are friendlies, so no decision should be made based just on them.

Yet, he has already been called up for Argentina, indicating that he is leaning in that direction. He will be seeking to advance with more international experience.

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