Peruvian Team Prepares for Friendlies Against Germany and Morocco
The Peruvian team has arrived in Madrid and begun training for their upcoming friendly matches against Germany and Morocco. The team under the leadership of Juan Reynoso is using these matches as a test run, prior to the 2026 South American Qualifiers.
Renato Tapia, a midfielder on the Peruvian team, was pleased with the support of Peruvian fans who have come to cheer on the team. He noted that even people from other places have come to see their team after a long time.
This type of encounter will help the team improve their rhythm for the upcoming South American Qualifiers. Juan Reynoso invited Intercity midfielder, Alessandro Burlamaqui, to train with the team, but he will not be taken into account for the friendlies against Germany and Morocco. Reynoso wants to see how he adapts and performs before giving him the opportunity to defend the red and white shirt.
The Peruvian team is focused on playing their best during these games and proving their version in these two great challenges. With the support of their fans, they aim to make the most of this opportunity to better themselves before the qualifiers.