Argentina will face Spain in a "friendly" match, commemorating the anniversary of the Spanish Football Federation. This is going to be a huge game. The list of "superstars" to take the field is important, as is the whole Maradona factor. The Spaniards have not announced the starting squad yet, nor have Maradona and co. There is a list of players that have been called up for training though. This list is vastly comprised of players based in European clubs. Goalkeepers AndÃºjar, Mariano (Calcio Catania - Italy) Romero, Sergio (Alkmaar Zaanstreek - Netherlands) Defenders Pareja, NicolÃ¡s (RCD Espanyol - Spain) Coloccini, Fabricio (Newcastle United F.C. - England) Demichelis, MartÃn (FC Bayern Munich - Germany) Heinze, Gabriel (Olympique de Marseille - France) Ansaldi, Cristian (FC Rubin Kazan - Russia) Midfielders Gago, Fernando (Real Madrid C.F. - Spain) Cambiasso, Esteban (F.C. Internazionale Milano - Italy) GutiÃ©rrez, JonÃ¡s (Newcastle United F.C. - England) Mascherano, Javier (Liverpool F.C. - England) RodrÃguez, Maximiliano (AtlÃ©tico Madrid - Spain) Di MarÃa, Ãngel (S.L. Benfica - Portugal) Aimar, Pablo (S.L. Benfica - Portugal) Forwards Messi, Lionel (FC Barcelona - Spain) HiguaÃn, Gonzalo (Real Madrid C.F. - Spain) Tevez, Carlos (Manchester City F.C. - England) AgÃ¼ero, Sergio (AtlÃ©tico Madrid - Spain) Lavezzi, Ezequiel (S.S.C. Napoli - Italy) No Zanetti...? No Palermo...? Heinze still around?! Sergio <strike>"I am here because I screwed Maradona's daughter"</strike> AgÃ¼ero?! Oh wait... there's a reason.