Rubens Sambueza may have a dislocated shoulder, Dario Benedetto may be nursing a hamstring injury and Michael Arroyo may be coming off a leave of absence, but all could potentially be available for the second leg of Club America's CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal against the Seattle Sounders on Wednesday.
Rubens Sambueza, Darío Benedetto y Michael Arroyo trabajan al parejo del grupo.Javier Güémez ya se incorporó @ESPNmx pic.twitter.com/XGSKiWvV63— Monica Arredondo (@_MonicaLorena) March 1, 2016
Sambueza dislocated his shoulder in Saturday's Liga MX match against UANL Tigres and is probably the least likely to play. He also had a pair of assists in the first leg against the Sounders.
Benedetto missed America's last two matches, but now appears ready to go. The Argentinian forward has been in a bit of a slump, though, having not scored a league goal since Nov. 28. Benedetto scored 10 Liga MX goals during the 2015 Apertura and had a hat trick in last year's CCL final. If he plays, he'd likely replace Darwin Quintero.
Arroyo, a midfielder, has also not played since the Feb. 20 match against Cruz Azul after taking a leave of absence to attend to his father's death.
Just for good measure, starting goalkeeper Moises Munoz made his return against Tigres after scratching his cornea against Cruz Azul.