Juan Reynoso would change Renato Tapias position in the national

Juan Reynoso would change Renato Tapia’s position in the national team and explained why

Juan Reynoso would change Renato Tapias position in the national

The main goal of the Peruvian team, commanded by Juan Reynoso, is to put in some good qualifiers to qualify for the 2026 World Cup, which will be played in Mexico, Canada and the United States. The “Cabezón” tested several players to find out who he will count on in qualifying and one of those who could switch positions in the Bicolor would be Renato Tapia. The Celta de Vigo midfielder is set for his third knockout trial and the former Cruz Azul coach has plans for him.

Looking ahead to the official matches that the Blanquirroja will play, the “chess player” revealed that there is a possibility that Tapia will give up the position of midfielder and become a central defender in the future.

“I envision Renato (Tapia) as a central defender in a few more years and people at his club see him that way too. Suddenly more like a libero because of his long, short pass, he knows when to break (lines) and.” “He’s one of those players who does everything he can to look good and make the team less dangerous,” explained Juan Reynoso in statements to Al Angle.

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Renato Tapia and the times he played as a central defender

Renato Tapia has already had opportunities to play as a defender or in the back line. Back then he did that when he played for Twente, Feyenoord and also for Celta de Vigo. Let’s remember that his natural position is a front-line midfielder.

When does the Peru team play?

The Peruvian team’s next matches will be played in June as part of a tour that will take the Bicolor across the Asian continent. The rivals that the team led by Juan Reynoso will face will be Japan and South Korea.