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.
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.
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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