Call for Spain: Luis de la Fuente introduces 15 novelties in his first list and recovers Aspas and Nacho | Sports

The Spanish soccer coach, Luis de la Fuente, has made public this Friday his first list of summoned for his debut on the bench. It is a revolutionary call-up, in which it only retains 11 footballers from those who played in the World Cup in Qatar and recovers veterans like Iago Aspas and Nacho.

Among the 15 novelties introduced by De la Fuente, there are also footballers he knows well from the under-21s, such as Dani Ceballos and Mikel Merino. In presenting the list, the coach highlighted that he has called “players who have had a great career over the years in the different categories” of the national team.

Spain will play on the 25th in Malaga against Norway (20.45, La1) and on the 28th in Glasgow against Scotland (20.45, La1), the two games that open the qualifying phase for Euro 2024, which will be played in Germany .

READ MORE  Donald Trump has not been arrested, they are false images created with AI

These are those called up by the coach who replaced Luis Enrique in December after Spain was eliminated in the round of 16 of the World Cup against Morocco.

  • Called up in QATAR 2022
  • Called in TOKYO 2021
  • summoned in both


robert sanchez

Age: 25
International times: 1


Age: 28
International times: 12

David Raya

Age: 27
International times: 1




Age: 26
International times: 36


Age: 24
International times: 1


Age: 18
International times: 16


Age: 26
International times: 14

Mikel Merino

Age: 26
International times: eleven


Age: 26
International times: 12


Age: twenty
International times: 17



Age: 25
International times: twenty-one


Age: 30
International times: 60

Daniel Olmo

Age: 24
International times: 28

Nico Williams

Age: twenty
International times: 6

Bryan Gil

Age: 22
International times: 4

Iago Aspas

Age: 35
International times: 18


Age: 32
International times: 1

Gerard Moreno

Age: 30
International times: 16

The fallen of Luis Enrique


Format: Brenda Valverde Rubio

Design: Ignacio Povedano

Development: Alexander Gallardo

You can follow EL PAÍS Sports on Facebook and Twitteror sign up here to receive our weekly newsletter.

Related Articles

Back to top button