Casemiro Out of Copa America Squad Due to Poor Form for Man Utd, Antony, Richarlison, and Gabriel Jesus also excluded

Casemiro, the Brazilian midfielder who plays for Manchester United, has been left out of Brazil’s squad for the upcoming Copa America tournament. This decision comes after a season filled with struggles for the 32-year-old, who recently had to fill in at center back due to injuries in the United team.

Despite being named as Brazil’s captain last year, Casemiro has faced challenges on the field and is now facing exclusion from the national team. His absence from the squad raises questions about his future in international football, especially considering his 75 appearances for Brazil since his debut in 2011.

Casemiro’s United teammate, Antony, has also been left out of the squad for the Copa America. The new manager, Dorival Junior, has put together a squad that includes several Premier League stars, but has notably omitted some big-name players like Casemiro and Antony.

Other notable absentees from the squad include Tottenham’s Richarlison and Manchester United’s Gabriel Jesus. These players have had their fair share of struggles this season, both on the field and off, leading to their exclusion from the national team.

On the other hand, players like Ederson and Alisson, the goalkeepers from Manchester City and Liverpool respectively, have secured spots in the squad. Arsenal’s Gabriel and a midfield comprising of Premier League players have also been included in the team.

Overall, the Brazil squad for the Copa America reflects a mix of experienced players and rising talents, with a few surprises in terms of exclusions. It will be interesting to see how the team performs in the tournament, especially without key players like Casemiro and Antony.

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