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After Argentina’s second rejection from the World Cup, Alejandro Garnacho controversially answers

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Alejandro Garnacho | exclusion from Argentina’s World Cup team for the second time was due to his Spanish heritage. Garnacho is a Manchester United star.

Garnacho’s reputation has never been higher since he made it onto Erik ten Hag’s first-team roster. In the weeks preceding up to the Premier League break, the 18-year-old wonderkid made a significant impact at Old Trafford. He even scored a dramatic winner against Fulham in the season’s midpoint matchup last Saturday.

There was talk that the teenager might be added to Messi’s 26-man World Cup roster due to his form and the injuries to Nico Gonzalez and Joaquin Correa.

Alejandro Garnacho, who was not selected for Argentina’s first roster, has been passed over by Scaloni a second time. Instead, the Argentine manager has selected Thiago Almada of Atlanta United and Angel Correa of Atletico Madrid. This choice has angered several fans online, and Garnacho now seems to have expressed his displeasure on social media.

Argentina’s first roster

Garnacho, who was not selected for Argentina’s first roster, has been passed over by Scaloni a second time. Instead, the Argentine manager has selected Thiago Almada of Atlanta United and Angel Correa of Atletico Madrid.

This choice has angered several fans online, and Alejandro Garnacho now seems to have expressed his displeasure on social media. Alejandro Garnacho, a Madrid native, liked a tweet that stated: “They didn’t summon Garnacho because he’s Spanish.”

The tweet appears to have been hastily “unliked” by Alejandro Garnacho, but his reaction was quickly noticed by attentive followers and has since gone viral. While Garnacho might be sad that he didn’t get to go to the World Cup, his Manchester United manager Ten Hag suggested earlier this month that the winger might not be ready for a trip to Italy with Scaloni’s team at this juncture in his developing career.

The best players

When asked about Alejandro Garnacho’s chances of playing, Ten Hag responded, “It’s a big step to go to a World Cup, the best players in the world come together.

“I’m not sure if that’s the best course of action for him. He needs to maintain his composure, remain composed, put in a lot of effort, grow, and play every game.”

The United prodigy, who came to Manchester from Atletico Madrid’s development programme back in 2020, received praise from the Dutchman, though. Ten Hag spoke last weekend on the significance of Garnacho, saying, “I’m extremely glad that we can bring a young kid up and it demonstrates that when players earn it, they get their chances.

“The first one is that, but we need to bring more. He’s great; I appreciate his strong beliefs because they make him easy to work with. Football appeals to him. He is truly enjoyable.”

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