William Carvalho must decide on his future after playing with Portugal


William Carvalho returns to be a starter this Thursday in the Portuguese team’s victory against the Czech Republic (2-0), keeping the Portuguese as the leaders of Group A2 of the Nations League, leading Spain. The midfielder regained his streak in the midfield of the Portuguese national team after the great campaign he finished at Real Betis, where his future must be resolved in the coming weeks, Well, there is only one year left on his contract and the idea of ​​the Verdiblanco club is to renew or transfer him.

William Carvalho he started in Portugal-Czech Republic and played 68 minutes, until he came to his place Bruno Fernandes. The next rival for the Portuguese is the Swiss national team – that is Carvalho scored a goal in the previous game – this Sunday at 8:45 pm in Switzerland, in what will be the final game of William Carvalho in the 2021/22 season, where to date he has played 54 games (33 in the League, 8 in the Europa League and 8 in the Cup with Real Betis, plus 5 with the Portuguese national team) and played 3,169 minutes.

William Carvalho A few days ago, on the eve of Spain-Portugal with Benito Villamarín, he did not want to talk about his future because “right now I am focused on the national team”, although on Sunday he had to consider . whether to accept the renewal of his contract with Real Betis, move March to another club or let the months run until his current contract expires, the less preferred option in the Betis club’s sports management.

Source: La Verdad


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