Saavedra finished paperwork for Sundowns during the January move window and, as he was sinking into life at Chloorkop, the going after midfielder got a physical issue during the principal half of the club's CAF Champions League Goup A tie against Sudanese outfit Al Merrikh in February.
Downs had trusted he would be back on schedule for their second conflict against Egyptian monsters Al Ahly, however the player has not included for about a month, and that implies he was additionally not accessible for determination for his country's World Cup qualifiers against Colombia yesterday, as well as five-time title holders Brazil next Wednesday.
Saavedra was important for the Bolivian crew last time around and has shown up for his country. Bolivia were beaten convincingly by Colombia and at present demonstration 10th put on the standings in the South American qualifiers. There is zero chance for them to fit the bill for the World Cup, yet Saavedra would almost certainly have wanted to be important for the crew to attempt to help his country.
The 25-year-old, who has shown up for his new club, could make a re-visitation of the pitch after the global break. This would be a major lift for Sundowns, who are likewise expected to have safeguard Mosa Lebusa accessible for choice.
Lebusa has been down and out since November.
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