Franco Carboni spoke about Alejandro Garnacho of Manchester United being with the Argentina national team.
Carboni was one of the seven youth players called up for the March World Cup qualifiers by Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni. As we reported earlier, Carboni commented on being with the team and selecting to play for Argentina. However, Carboni also spoke about Alejandro Garnacho of Manchester United.
Alejandro Garnacho is born and raised in Madrid, Spain to an Argentine mother. He represented the Spanish youth national team before being selected for the Argentina national team. Garnacho gave an interview a few weeks ago in Spanish where he noticeably had a Spanish (from Spain) accent. Carboni had this to say about Garnacho:
“Garnacho told us he liked it a lot and that he wanted to come back to Argentina. He stopped talking in Spanish (accent) and started to talk a little (with an Argentine accent), even throwing in some swear words.”
This could be an indication that Garnacho would be more inclined to play for Argentina and not Spain.