Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi will lead Argentina's squad at the Copa America, with Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero back in the side for the first time since the 2018 World Cup.
Both were named on Tuesday in the country's 23-man squad for the tournament along with Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, who made the cut despite scoring only five goals in 30 league appearances this season.
Brazil coach Tite has included Neymar in his 23-man squad for the Copa America his country will host but has yet to decide if the Paris-Saint Germain forward will retain the captaincy -- while Real Madrid's teenage forward Vinicius Junior did not make the cut.
Tottenham forward Lucas Moura and Liverpool midfielder Fabinho are among the other big-name absentees.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero will be part of Argentina's provisional squad for the Copa America, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) announced on Wednesday.
Aguero, who scored 21 Premier League goals in 33 appearances for Manchester City this season, had been in international exile since after last year's World Cup in Russia, when Argentina crashed out in the last 16.
The federation will submit its final 23-man selection for the tournament in two weeks.
Newcastle United midfielder Miguel Almiron will miss the last three games of the season due to a hamstring injury, the Premier League club announced on Wednesday.
Almiron signed from Major League Soccer champions Atlanta United in January for a club record £20 million. The Paraguay international has made 10 league appearances for Newcastle so far and sustained the injury in the second half of their victory over Southampton on Saturday.
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