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Latest | 9 NOV 2017

The 96 players from LaLiga called up for International duty

There are 79 LaLiga Santander players and 17 from LaLiga 1|2|3 away with their national teams during the international break.

*Only includes first-team players and those called up by their full national sides.

LaLiga Santander

D.Alaves: Wakaso Mubarak (Ghana).

Athletic Club: Kepa Arrizabalaga (Spain).

Atlético Madrid: Saúl Ñíguez (Spain), Diego Godín (Uruguay), José Giménez (Uruguay), Sime Vrsaljko (Croatia), Antoine Griezmann (France).

RC Celta: Iago Aspas (Spain), Pione Sisto (Denmark), Stanislav Lobotka (Slovakia), Maxi Gómez (Uruguay), John Guidetti (Sweden).

RC Deportivo: Costel Pantilimon (Romania), Florin Andone (Romania), Celso Borges (Costa Rica), Fede Valverde (Uruguay), Fabian Schär (Switzerland).

SD Eibar: Marko Dmitrovic (Serbia), Takashi Inui (Japan).

RCD Espanyol: Óscar Duarte (Costa Rica).

FC Barcelona: Gerard Piqué (Spain), Jordi Alba (Spain), Sergio Busquets (Spain), Andrés Iniesta (Spain), Marc-André ter Stegen (Germany), Jasper Cillessen (Netherlands), Lionel Messi (Argentina), Javier Mascherano (Argentina), Samuel Umtiti (France), Lucas Digne (France), Nélson Semedo (Portugal), Ivan Rakitic (Croatia), Paulinho (Brazil), Thomas Vermaelen (Belgium).

Getafe CF: Dakonam Djené (Togo), Fayçal Fajr (Morocco), Vitorino Antunes (Portugal).

Girona FC: Yassine Bounou (Morocco), Christian Stuani (Uruguay), Michael Olunga (Kenya), Larry Kayode (Nigeria).

UD Las Palmas: Vitolo (Spain), Mauricio Lemos (Uruguay).

CD Leganés: Nordin Amrabat (Morocco).

Levante UD: Jefferson Lerma (Colombia), Cheick Doukouré (Ivory Coast), Enes Ünal (Turkey), Enis Bardhi (Macedonia), Mitchell Langerak (Australia).

Málaga CF: Juanpi Añor (Venezuela), Adalberto Peñaranda (Venezuela).

Real Betis: Alin Tosca (Romania), Andres Guardado (Mexico), Aïssa Mandi (Algeria).

Real Madrid: Sergio Ramos (Spain), Nacho (Spain), Isco (Spain), Marco Asensio (Spain), Raphaël Varane (France), Toni Kroos (Germany), Marcelo (Brazil), Casemiro (Brazil), Achraf Hakimi (Morocco), Luka Modric (Croatia).

Real Sociedad: Álvaro Odriozola (Spain), Asier Illarramendi (Spain), Kevin Rodrigues (Portugal), Adnan Januzaj (Belgium), Carlos Vela (Mexico).

Sevilla FC: Simon Kjaer (Denmark), Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark), Ever Banega (Argentina), Steven N'Zonzi (France).

Valencia CF: Rodrigo Moreno (Spain), Nemanja Maksimovic (Serbia), Gonçalo Guedes (Portugal), Simone Zaza (Italy).

Villarreal CF: Antonio Rukavina (Serbia), Carlos Bacca (Colombia).

 

LaLiga 1|2|3

Albacete BP: Danny Carvajal (Costa Rica)

Cádiz CF: Mikel Villanueva (Venezuela).

FC Barcelona B: 'Choco' Lozano (Honduras).

Granada CF: Sergio Peña (Peru), Darwin Machís (Venezuela).

Nàstic: Stole Dimitrievski (Macedonia), Otar Kakabadze (Georgia).

CD Numancia: Munir Mohand (Morocco).

Real Oviedo: Diego Johannesson (Iceland).

Sevilla Atlético: Fabrice Ondoa (Cameroon), Giorgi Aburjania (Georgia).

CD Lugo: Serge Leuko (Cameroon).

CD Tenerife: Bryan Acosta (Honduras).

Real Valladolid CF: Sulayman (Gambia), Iban Salvador (Equatorial Guinea), Giannis Gianniotas (Greece).

Real Zaragoza: Giorgi Papunashvili (Georgia).

 

© LaLiga - Year 2017

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