Manchester United defender Lisandro Martinez could miss a chunk of the international break, with him and Tottenham defender Cristian Romero facing visa issues.

That’s according to TyC Sports, who say the pair ‘have not yet travelled’ to link up with the Argentina squad because of complications caused by the mourning period following the Queen’s death.

The website explains that the Manchester United and Tottenham stars are yet to have their documents processed to enter the United States, with Queen Elizabeth’s death causing delays behind the scenes.

The pair are part of the squad called up by Lionel Scaloni but need visas to enter the United States, which they are yet to receive.

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Unfortunately for both the Manchester United and Tottenham men, when it came to their visas being processed the American Embassy was closed due to the mourning period.

That left the pair without papers, and they’ve instead travelled to Argentina to finalise the process, staying at the Argentine FA’s headquarters to train and wait for visa approval to travel and link up with the squad.

In theory, the national team believe that situation around the Manchester United and Tottenham stars should be resolved in the next few hours, and they can be on the plane to Miami on Wednesday.

The delay has caused issues, though, with it hoped they can be a part of training on Thursday but that yet to be decided.

It could mean they miss Argentina’s first friendly against Honduras on Friday and are instead kept aside until they take on Jamaica on the 28th, which is less than ideal for the Albiceleste’s build up to the World Cup.