ARGENTINA star Rodrigo de Paul is prone to lacking this winter’s World Cup after his ex-wife took him to court docket, in response to experiences.
De Paul broke up with Camila – with whom he has two kids, Francesca and Bautista – earlier than shortly forging a brand new relationship with Argentine singer Tini Stoessel.
The story has dominated headlines in Spain and Argentina this 12 months, with Atleti boss Diego Simeone even claimed to have warned him to maintain his private issues personal.
And the well-documented break-up might now price De Paul a spot within the Argentina squad for the 2022 World Cup.
With a view to enter Qatar, one should not have any legal convictions or authorized criticism made towards them.
Whereas De Paul’s ongoing drama with Camila is just not a legal difficulty, it might nonetheless cloud his future involvement within the match – which begins in November.
Mundo Deportivo claims Argentina FA president Claudio Tapia made the revelation after scouring the Fifa rule-book.
The Spanish outlet claims Tapia stated: “To go to Qatar, you will need to not have a legal criticism with a pending conviction or one thing related.
“That’s what we perceive from an article of the Fifa Rules.”
Nevertheless, Tapia is reported as saying De Paul would resolve the matter within the coming weeks.
He added: “I do know De Paul properly, I do know the sensation they’ve, particularly with their kids.
“I believe it would work out for the most effective.”
De Paul is a key member of the Argentina squad hoping to win their first World Cup since 1986, with Lionel Messi set to spearhead the cost.
The midfielder has earned 41 caps since making his debut in 2018 – and joined Atletico Madrid from Udinese final 12 months.
De Paul was a part of the Argentina squad who lastly acquired their fingers on the Copa America trophy in 2021.
The match win ended a staggering 18-year drought and was Messi’s first-ever main worldwide win.