Just a few months ago, we used to see stories wondering for which country Manchester United starlet Alejandro Garnacho would play.

The winger could choose between Argentina and Spain, and ended up picking the South American country, for whom he has two appearances so far.

The World Cup champions now only need him to play one more match and have him guaranteed forever, as he wouldn’t be able to switch national teams, and TyC Sports now features a story about that.

The outlet claims that Argentina’s intention is to hold the Manchester United youngster as soon as possible. So in normal circumstances, that would mean to play him in this international break.

The problem is that Garnacho was not used in the match against Ecuador, and manager Lionel Scaloni is worried about using him in Bolivia.

With the high altitude in the country, it’s well known that most players struggle, and Argentina stars have been spotted with oxygen bottles while walking around the hotel.

Scaloni is then set to analyse Garnacho’s adaptation to the altitude and decide whether to use him.

In case the Manchester United player doesn’t seem ready, then Argentina will wait until October, risking that Spain may change his mind before then, although that does seem unlikely.