The first call for Juan Reinoso to the Peruvian team in 2023 has been defined. This Saturday, the manager unveiled the definitive list of 25 players who will travel to Europe for the international friendlies against Morocco and Germany, a list that includes surprises but also notable absences. One of those who attracted the most attention was Bryan Reyna, an Alianza Lima winger who lives a great gift in League 1 and to whom “Cabezón” himself had opened the doors of the Bicolor in 2022.
In September of the same year, the young footballer was Peru’s star in a 4-1 win over El Salvador. Although it was his debut in the Inka team, Reyna He didn’t bounce and even scored, so it was expected he could regain Reynoso’s confidence. This time, however, his non-call was due to force majeure.
“The absence of Bryan Reyna in the national team is a precautionary measure due to a muscular problem as there was a risk of tearing and there would be plenty of time to stop. The right decision to be made by the national team technical command to take care of the player,” said the Journalist Gustavo from his social networks. Peralta.
In this way, the 24-year-old player, who was part of the micro wheel that worked at La Videna alongside the others shortlisted by the local media, will remain in the country to recover from his physical ailments and for his debut being fit with Alianza in the Liberators’ Cup.
Called up for the Peru team
- Goalkeepers: Pedro Gallese, Jose Carvallo, Carlos Cáceda
- Defense: Luis Advíncula, Luis Abram, Carlos Zambrano, Marcos Lopez, Miguel Araujo, Miguel Trauco, Anderson Santamaria
- Midfielders: Renato Tapia, Wilder Cartagena, Yoshimar Yotún, Edison Flores, Cristofer Gonzales, Jesús Castillo, Pedro Aquino, Sergio Peña, Andy Polo
- Forwards: Gianluca Lapadula, Raúl Ruidíaz, André Carrillo, Alex Valera, Percy Liza, Ray Sandoval.