Juventus striker Paulo Dybala is among four Serie A representatives in the Argentina squad.
The Bianconeri forward was called-up for the last fixtures against Colombia and Brazil, but as a replacement for his hero, Barcelona’s Lionel Messi.
Now the youngster will get the chance to make his “dream come true” by playing with Messi, as the pair have both been named in the Albiceleste squad to face Chile and Bolivia.
Serie A top-scorer Gonzalo Higuain has also been called-up by Coach Gerardo Martino, along with Lazio captain Lucas Biglia and Fiorentina defender Facundo Roncaglia.
Argentina squad for Chile and Bolivia:
Goalkeepers: Romero [Manchester United], Guzman [Tigres], Rulli [Real Sociedad]
Defenders: Zabaleta [Manchester City], Roncaglia [Fiorentina], Mercado [River Plate], Otamendi [Manchester City], Musacchio [Villarreal], Funes Mori [Everton], Rojo [Manchester United], Vangioni [River Plate], Pinola [Rosario Centra], Demichelis [Manchester City]
Midfielders: Mascherano [Barcelona], Kranevitter [Atletico Madrid], Augusto Fernandez [Atletico Madrid], Enzo Perez [Valencia], Biglia [Lazio], Pastore [Paris Saint-Germain], Banega [Sevilla]
Forwards: Di Maria [Paris Saint-Germain], Lamela [Tottenham Hotspur], Gaitan [Benfica], Lavezzi [Hebei China Fortune], Messi [Barcelona], Aguero [Manchester City], Higuain [Napoli], Dybala [Juventus], Correa [Atletico Madrid]