Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos left out of Euro 2020 squad

No Real Madrid player included in Euro 2020 Spain squad.

Spain manager Luis Enrique opted to not select any Real Madrid players from his 24-man squad for the Euros.

The 35-year old Real Madrid captain has struggled with injuries this season and played only five games since the start of this year.

The absence of Ramos means not a single player from Real Madrid in the Spain squad.

Spain for the first time would go to an international tournament without any players from Real Madrid.

However, Man City centre-back Aymeric Laporte who recently changed his nationality to Spain was included in the 24-man squad.


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“It was a very difficult decision but he [Ramos] has not been able to play this season and has hardly trained since January,” said manager Luis Enrique.

“I called him yesterday [Sunday] – it was hard, difficult.

“I feel bad, because he is very professional and he helps the national team a lot. And he can still help it in the future. But I have to look for the best for the squad.”


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