The Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Atlético and Valencia Champions lists are already known

The Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Atlético and Valencia Champions lists are already known

September 7, 2019 0 By admin

The Spanish teams that dispute the present edition of the Champions League, Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Atlético and Valencia The officials have already made lists of registered players. Stresses the absence of Marco Asensio in the white team, due to his long-term injury. Meanwhile, Atlético highlights the presence of Vrsaljko (third right side next to Trippier and Arias). In Barcelona Ansu Fati is not in list A (yes in B) and in Valencia highlights the newcomer Correia instead of the injured Piccini.

Clubs can register up to a maximum of 25 players, among which there must be two goalkeepers and there must be a minimum of eight exclusive places for "local players". Teams may modify their lists whenever they reach qualifying rounds: they may make three new registrations. Real Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia have also announced some members of their lists B.

Real Madrid

Goalkeepers: Areola (1) and Courtois (13).

Defenses: Carvajal (2), Militão (3), Sergio Ramos (4), Varane (5), Nacho (6), Marcelo (12), Odriozola (19) and Mendy (23).

Midfielders: Kroos (8), Modric (10), Casemiro (14), Fede Valverde (15), James (16), Brahim (21) and Isco (22).

Strikers: Bale (11), Hazard (7), Benzema (9), Lucas Vázquez (17), Jovic (18), Mariano (24), Vinicius (25) and Rodrygo (27).

* List B: Altube (26) and Belman (30) (goalkeepers), Sergio López (32), Fran García (33), Manu Hernando (34), Adri (35), Javi (39) and Víctor Chust (40) (defenses) , Martín (36), Franchu (37), Álvaro Bravo (38), Marvin Park (41), Baeza (42) and Antonio Blanco (43) (midfielders) and Pedro Ruiz (29) (front).

Barcelona

Goalkeepers: Ter Stegen (1) and Net (13).

Defenses: Semedo (2), Piqué (3), Todibo (6), Lenglet (15), Wagué (16), Jordi Alba (18), Umtiti (23), Junior (24) and Ronald Araújo (33).

Midfielders: Rakitic (4), Busquets (5), Arthur (8), Aleñá (19), Sergi Roberto (20), De Jong (21), Vidal (22) and Sarsanedas (34).

Strikers: Luis Suárez (9), Messi (10), Dembélé (11), Griezmann (17) and Hiroki Abe (37).

* List B: Peña (26) and Tenas (36) (goalkeepers), Guillem Jaime (32) and Dani Morer (35) (defenders), Riqui Puig (28) and Álex Collado (30) (midfielders), Carles Pérez (27), Abel Ruiz (29) and Ansu Fati (31) (forward).

Atlético de Madrid

Goalkeepers: Oblak (13) and Adam (1).

Defenses: Giménez (2), Arias (4), Lodi (12), Savic (15), Felipe (18), Beautiful (22), Trippier (23), Vrsaljko (24) and Manu Sánchez (35)

Midfielders: Thomas (5), Koke (6), Saul (8), Lemar (11), Llorente (14), Herrera (16) and Vitolo (20).

Strikers: João Félix (7), Morata (9), Correa (10), Saponjic (17), Diego Costa (19) and Sergio Camello (34).

Valencia

Goalkeepers: Cillessen (13) and Doménech (1).

Defenses: Correia (2), Jaume Costa (3), Mangala (4), Gabriel (5), Diakhaby (12), Gayà (14) and Garay (24).

Midfielders: Kondogbia (6), Guedes (7), Carlos Soler (8), Parejo (10), Cheryshev (11), Manu Vallejo (15), Kang-In Lee (16), Coquelin (17), Wass (18) , Ferran Torres (20), Koba Koindredi (27) and Yunus Musah (30).

Strikers: Gameiro (9), Rodrigo (19), Maxi Gómez (22) and Sobrino (23).

* List B: Rivero (28) (goalkeeper), Pascu (26) (midfielder) and Jordi Escobar (29) (front).

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