Steven Bergwijn has Tuesday injured to the training camp of the Dutch national team to leave. The group is therefore still out of thirteen players.
The attacker of PSV reported Wednesday afternoon with a knee injury in the KNVB Campus in sacramento. Research of the medical staff of Orange pointed out that he can’t train, let alone play.
The twenty-year-old Bergwijn is already the second PSV, who the stage, that two days, have to let go of. Monday reported Bart Ramselaar is already off to a coach, Ronald Koeman, because he has not yet recovered from a concussion.
The internship is intended for (candidate)-internationals, supplemented with players of Young Oranje, that the season when their club have already ended.
The thirteen remaining players are Juninho Bacuna (FC Groningen), Steven Berghuis (Feyenoord), Justin Bijlow (Feyenoord), Kevin Diks (Feyenoord), Denzel Dumfries (sc Heerenveen), Luuk de Jong (PSV), Teun Koopmeiners (AZ), Thomas Ouwejan (AZ), Sergio Padt (FC Groningen), Guus Til (AZ), Tonny Vilhena (Feyenoord), Wout Weghorst (AZ) and Jeroen Zoet (PSV).
The injury of Bergwijn probably means that he was not selected for the oefeninterlands of Orange in and against Slovakia (31 may) and Italy (4 June). The vleugelspeler belonged to the thirty-strong pre-selection of Koeman. Friday makes the coach his final selection is known.
Also, Art Langeler, the coach of Jong Oranje, makes it known which players are located in Zeist, the netherlands, may report. Just like the Dutch national team play the promises two friendly international matches, and against Bolivia (may 25) and Paraguay (29 may).
After the matches against Slovakia and Italy plays Orange one more friendly before the matches against France (9 september) and Germany (14 October) in the Nations League start.
Orange plays on 6 september in his own country against Peru, which, however, managed to place for the world CHAMPIONSHIPS next summer in Russia. In that match play record international Wesley Sneijder usually are last-minute for the Dutch national team.