Which Latin American teams will send more players to the World Cup?

Clubs will receive $ 8.5 thousand for each day that a player is concentrated for the World Cup in Russia

Which Latin American teams will send more players to the World Cup?

The countdown to the start of the World Cup in Russia is getting shorter and shorter. On June 14th, the teams of Russia and Saudi Arabia will kick off the sporting event in which 32 international teams will participate, among which there are 8 Hispanic nations (Uruguay, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama, and Colombia).

Each of the teams will be able to use 23 national players and FIFA will pay USD $ 8,530 per day to the clubs where each team plays. This means that from the moment that the teams are concentrated in Russia (even 1 month before the start of the championship), the clubs will begin to pay.

Obviously, the teams that benefit the most from this measure are the big European clubs: Real Madrid, PSG, Barcelona, ​​Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Juventus, Manchester City, among others, since almost all of their squad has first-rate players that are part of your selections.

For example, even without knowing the summoned ones, in the payroll of Real Madrid that has, at least, 14 players that will most likely participate in the World Cup (USD $ 119,420 per day); Barcelona with 18 landlines (USD $ 153,540); 13 of the Paris Saint Germain (USD $ 110,890); 18 approximations of Manchester United (USD $ 153,540); or the 15 of Bayern Munich (USD $ 127,950), are an important sum of money.

However, in Latin America, the Argentinian, Brazilian, American, and Mexican teams are the ones that will send the most players to Russia.

According to the latest calls, the Latin American teams that will contribute most to the World Cup are: the all-powerful Boca Juniors, possibly sending Cristián Pavón to the Argentine national team, Edwin Cardona, Frank Fabra and Wilmar Barrios to the Colombian and Nahitan Nández to that of Uruguay; the great from Costa Rica, Alajualense, who has the Panamanians Abdiel Arroyo and Roberto Chen (recently hired), in addition to tico’s Patrick Pemberton, Kenner Gutiérrez and José Salvarrieta. These 2 teams would earn USD$ 42,650 dollars a day.

The third team with the most players in the world championship is the MX Liga Veracruz, with 4 Peruvians. Between its rows on leaves the titular goalie of the Peruvian selection, Pedro Gallese. There are also substitute goalkeeper Carlos Cáceda, veteran defender Christian Ramos, midfielder Wilder Cartagena. Sharks will earn USD $ 34,120 for each day their internationals are concentrated in Russia.

Subsequently there are several teams with possible 3 World Cup players: Junior of Barranquilla, of the Colombian League and the powerful America, Tigres and Monterrey of the Liga MX. These teams will receive USD$ 25,590 per day.

Precisely, Liga MX is the Latin American tournament that most players will take to the 2018 World Cup in Russia. If you follow the patterns of the last teams of the Latin teams, Mexican soccer will contribute 25 internationals (5 Colombians, 11 Mexicans, 8 Peruvians and 1 Uruguayan), then there is the MLS of the United States and Canada with 18 (7 Ticos, 4 Panamanians, 3 Mexicans, 3 Peruvians and 1 Uruguayan).


Latin American Post | Santiago Gómez Hernández

Translated from "¿Cuáles equipos latinoamericanos enviarán más jugadores al mundial?"

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