Tite promotes changes in Brazil’s call-up


Tite during a Brazilian press conference (Photo: Lucas Figueiredo / CBF)

The technical commission of the Brazilian team led by Tite announced today the cut of two defenders from the summons that will play the next rounds of the South American Eliminations of the 2022 World Cup.

Rodrigo Caio, from Flamengo, had a right calf injury detected, and Éder Militão, from Real Madrid, was diagnosed with the covid-19. Both were removed from the list of players and will be replaced by Felipe, from Atletico Madrid, and Diego Carlos, from Sevilla.

The original list has already suffered four casualties with the two defenders. In addition to them, Philippe Coutinho, from Barcelona, ​​and Fabinho, from Liverpool, were also cut by injury, giving way to Lucas Paquetá, from Lyon, and Allan, from Everton.

The selection will be presented next Monday, November 9, at Granja Comary to start the preparation for the third and fourth round of the World Cup Qualifiers. The first commitment will be against Venezuela, in Morumbi. Then, the delegation travels to face Uruguay, in Montevideo.

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