No Euro 2020 for Lazio Star Luis Alberto, Snubbed Again by the Spanish FA

Lazio midfielder Luis Alberto has not received a call-up to the Spanish national team for this summer’s European Championship.

As seen on the Spanish FA’s Twitter page earlier today, the 28-year-old Luis Alberto will not be joining the squad for Euro 2020 this summer, frustrating for the Biancocelesti midfielder, who had a strong season in Rome despite the difficult schedule.

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Luis Alberto has been consistently snubbed by the Spanish FA, having only ever made one cap for the team, playing 16 minutes in a friendly against Costa Rice in 2017.

The other notable player that was excluded from the Spanish squad was Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos.

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The Lazio midfielder has been one of coach Simone Inzaghi’s stars this season, having scored nine goals and provided two assists in 34 Serie A appearances this campaign. The Spaniard has produced an average of 4.95 shot-creating actions per 90 minutes this season and has an expected assist rate of 8.2.

Below is the full Spain squad for Euro 2020:

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