Bruno Guimaraes & Newcastle United star withdraws from national squad

Newcastle United internationals: A round-up of Magpies players called up to represent their countries during the break.

Multiple Newcastle United players participated in the international break, with some actively competing for their national teams while others had to withdraw due to injuries.

During the November international break, 14 players associated with the club were called up for national duty. Unfortunately, two players had to pull out because of injuries, and there was another withdrawal during the weekend.

As the Euro 2024 qualifiers draw to a close, several players from Newcastle United have been engaged in matches in preparation for the tournament in Germany next summer. Among them, two players from Newcastle were part of teams that secured their spots at Euro 2024 in the past week. However, some players faced challenging results during these fixtures.

Bruno Guimaraes, who recently celebrated his 26th birthday, encountered a tough time with Brazil in their World Cup qualifying matches. Brazil suffered consecutive defeats in their qualification campaign, a rare occurrence in their history. Their upcoming match against world champions Argentina adds to the challenges they face.

Newcastle United is anxious for the safe return of all their players from international duty as the team grapples with an unusual injury crisis under the management of head coach Eddie Howe. Presently, 14 first-team players are either injured or unavailable for the upcoming Premier League match against Chelsea after the international break.

Any additional injuries would severely impact Howe’s already depleted squad.

During this break, Newcastle players are representing seven different nations, and one of the club’s loaned players has also earned an international call-up.

Here is the list of Newcastle United players called up for their respective nations during the November international break…

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