Peruvian team: Who are the 7 Peruvians of the Sub 20 to follow abroad?

Peruvian team: Who are the 7 Peruvians of the Sub 20 to follow abroad?

It's time to think about the future. In this note we review seven soccer players from the U-20 of Peru who play abroad, to whom we must pay close attention in the coming months.

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<p>John Cortez and Quembol Guadalupe, both from Peru's U-20, play in US soccer | Photo: FPF </p>
<p itemprop=With the dream of Qatar 2022 frustrated, it's time to get to work on the future of the Peruvian team. The Under-20 is the category closest to taking the baton of the 'Blanquirroja' in a few years, so now the greatest attention and hope has been placed on this generation of young soccer players, currently directed by Gustavo Roverano and which has some important figures who play abroad.

For some time now, the catchment area of ​​the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF) has been in constant search and contact with Peruvian talents throughout the world. world. That is why the U-20 has been able to add interesting prospects from abroad, especially from US soccer.

With those special reinforcements, Gustavo Roverano's team is preparing for the South American of the category, which will take place in Colombia in 2023, where quotas for the World Cup and also for the Pan American Games in Santiago de Chile will be at stake.

To do this, the national U-20 has already held four microcycles so far this year, where some players who play abroad have already had the opportunity to show their talent to Roverano in the foreground. For this purpose, in this note we make a brief review of seven soccer players from abroad, in this category, to take into account in the coming months.

1. Kluiverth Aguilar

He is, without a doubt, the best-known Peruvian who is active abroad. Kluiverth Aguilar, who made his professional debut at Alianza Lima when he was just 16 years old, left the blue and white institution in mid-2021 to continue his career at Lommel SK of the Second Division of Belgium, a club that belongs to City Football Group Limited (CFG), a business group that acquired the services of the Peruvian for 2.5 million dollars.

With the Belgian team, Aguilar was only able to play five games in the 2021/22 season and then arrived in Peru to train at Videna. He was part of Gustavo Roverano's last microcycle, and even acted as a sparring partner for the senior team days before the playoff.

Alexander Robertson plays for Manchester City U23, a team with which he has played eight games in the last season, having registered one assist. It is important to mention that the 'citizens' academy player has previously represented the England U-17s and, in addition to Peru, he can also play for Australia, the native of his father Mark Robertson (former soccer player) and Scotland, where he was born. /p>

“The boy is a great player. He has a top formation, he is a great midfielder who has very good projection. He's in our radio”, Roverano said about Robertson in early June in an interview with 'Charla Técnica'.

“He can play all over the front of the midfield, as a central midfielder, a little further inside or a little more on the wings. It is what has been seen in his matches at Manchester City. He is a very versatile, intelligent and tactically organized player”, adds Gonzalo Santiago Landacay.