Argentines Lucas Ocampos and Marcos Acuña and spanish Jesus Navas They were the first internationals to return to Sevilla's discipline after playing for their national teams. The three have already trained this Thursday under the command of Julen Lopetegui with a view to the match that the Andalusians play this Saturday against Granada in Los Cármenes and that opens the sixth day of the league championship from one in the afternoon.
Further, Acuña, who missed Argentina's second game against Bolivia qualifying for the World Cup due to an injury in the previous duel against Ecuador, he has exercised normally, so he will be available for the weekend. Former Sporting Portugal player had an overloaded hamstring, but its evolution has been good.
Lopetegui still expects the rest of the internationals to return of his squad, being the last to play Luuk de Jong, Tomas Vaclík and Nemanja Gudelj. The Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Serbia had their last matches on Wednesday night, all from the Nations League. De Jong played the 90 minutes of the tie that his team started in Italy (1-1), Vaclík he also started in the Czech Republic's loss to Scotland (1-0) and Gudelj He played the last 15 minutes in a game that his team tied in Turkey (2-2).
Up to eleven internationals left with their selections belonging to the Sevilla first team, although Munir had to return as he was unable to debut with Morocco due to bureaucratic problems.