Celades is waiting for Wass to return healthy

The Danish midfielder also plays it all with his selection and is key in the core of Valencia, reduced by casualties.


Albert Celades will work with the team this afternoon, starting at 6:30 p.m., and once the session is over he will be very aware of an international match: Ireland-Denmark to be played at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

In that match will be Daniel Wass with a Danish team that needs to scratch a point to ensure their qualification for the European Championship. Wass already played at a good level against Gibraltar and will also do so tomorrow against Ireland, with the risk that a hard and tense match may entail in the face of a possible injury.

And Celades will be very aware because he barely has more options in the center of the field for next Saturday's game, at Villamarín, against Betis (4:00 pm); and perhaps for the duel that can be definitive against Chelsea, on Tuesday 27, at 18: 55.

With Parejo as the only healthy midfielder, Celades will pull Wass, the usual side, to complete the creation zone. With Kondogbia injured for a month and Coquelin still far from reappearing, the Danish is the only option unless Carlos Soler has a miraculous recovery this week and goes directly to the starting team. This seems complicated since the Valencian suffers some discomfort in the same ankle that kept him out for more than two months.



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