Jorge Sampaoli the chief coach of Argentina has invited Tigres UANL goalkeeper, Nahuel Guzman to his team for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia according to a tweet from the official handle of the Argentine FA.
The 32-year-old Guzman who has won six caps for Argentina will be in between the sticks in replacement of Sergio Romero who has been ruled out due to knee injury.
Chelsea’s Willy Caballero and River Plate’s Franco Armani are the other goal keepers in the squad for Jorge Sampaoli’s squad.
Meanwhile, Lionel Messi has arrived the Argentina pre-World Cup training camp in Buenos Aires.
The Barcelona star led the Catalan giants to a domestic double last season scoring 34 LaLiga goals which earned him a record fifth European Golden Shoe.
Argentina face Iceland, Croatia and Nigeria in Group D of 2018 FIFA World Cup, hoping to go one step further than their loss to Germany in the 2014 final.