Bayer Leverkusen: Seoanes Startelf with nine new

In the last group match of the Europa League on Thursday at Ferencvaros Budapest, Gerardo Sloane is clenched his eleven. We will change as much as possible. It's about stress control for those who have played a lot, but also for game practice for the others, explains the coach.

In addition to the injured (Julian Baumgartner and Michael Baker), the non-commercial attendant (Retainer Farm Derby and the unexposed Aidan Sertdemir and Timothy Fosu-Mensah) are also Jenner Florian With, center-tower Patrick Schick and goalkeeper Lukas Radetzky the trip to the Hungarian capital do not compete. The trio remains completely spared from the travel stress for different reasons.

But Sloane will not only give a break because of the high load of these three family forces. We have two players with high quality at almost all positions. We will already give everyone the opportunity to play. But we also know that certain players may not play 90 minutes, because they come from an injury. You have to be a bit of Watch out, knows the 43-year-old.

The Swiss has the one or the other returnee in view, which after a long injury break will be again for the first time in the starting eleven: Thus, actors like Charles Tranquil (after muscle tendon injury in the calf) are likely to be muscularly more prone to Karim Bellcrank (After Ferries in the thigh) while starting, but the game does not completely deny.

Only two of Sunday will play

Potential Lineup Bayer Leverkusen Next Season under Gerardo Seoane Sloane plans nine new for the starting elf. Namely: goalkeeper Andrey Line; The defender Panagiotis Retros, Dillon Kossounou and Daley Sink graven; the defensive midfielder Charles Tranquil; The offensive actors Karim Bellcrank, Nadeem Amir and Paulino as well as penalty space Lucas Alaric. For his 4-2-3-1, the coach becomes only a defender (well-being-dandy Edmond Tapioca) and a second six, the Ezequiel Palacios may need from the Eleven, which started on Saturday at the 7-1 win against Fürth.

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