Holland and Uruguay have become the first two countries to release their provisional squad for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The Oranje and the Uruguayan have named their squads as nations prepare to unveil who will compete in Qatar this winter.
While Uruguay chose to send FIFA a complete list of all 55 players, all nations were required to send out their squads today.
The Oranje named a 39-man group that will compete for a spot at the World Cup.
On their list, Holland put players like Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk, Barcelona’s Frenkie de Jong, Steven Bergwijn who formerly plays for Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester United’s Tyrell Malacia.
Despite withdrawing from the Under-21 squad last month to concentrate on playing for the Magpies, Newcastle defender Sven Botman is also included in the squad.
Additionally, Cody Gakpo, Ryan Gravenberch, and Jurrien Timber can all find spots.
Veteran Luis Suarez is the captain of Uruguay’s large team, which also includes Diego Godin, Martin Cacares, Ronald Araujo, Edinson Cavani, Lucas Torreira, Federico Valverde, and Matias Vecino.