Bryan Gil, Sancet or Nico lead the U21 list

Bryan Gil, Sancet or Nico lead the U21 list


Luis de la Fuente bets on an already consolidated block with the aim of certifying qualification for the European Championship in the matches against Lithuania in Talavera de la Reina and Slovakia in Zilina

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Continuity in Luis de la Fuente's list for the under-21 matches against Lithuania and Slovakia, qualifying for the European Championship in the category and in which La Rojita intends to seal its presence in the final phase of the tournament once Russia has been disqualified , his great rival in the group, for the invasion of Ukraine.

Bryan Gil, Oihan Sancet or Nico González are the big names of a call that maintains continuity in the hard core of this generation, with already classics in their last year in the category such as Abel Ruiz or Miranda. Athletic, with Nico Williams and Unai Vencedor in addition to Sancet himself, is the most represented team on the roster of 23 players called together with Real Sociedad, which contributes Jon Karrikaburu, Beñat Turrientes and Jon Pacheco, the three usually in the subsidiary ' txuri urdin' but also in the dynamics of the first team.

There will be four debutants, Fuenlabrada goalkeeper Miguel Ángel Morro, Granada defender Raúl Torrente, Mirandés midfielder Rodrigo Riquelme and Girona winger Álex Baena. Everyone will have the opportunity to debut against Lithuania in Talavera de la Reina or against Slovakia in Zilina, two duels that could mean the ticket for the European Championship.

-The 23 summoned:

  • Goalkeepers:
    Tenas (Barcelona), Joan García (Espanyol) and Morro (Fuenlabrada).

  • Defenses:
    Víctor Gómez (Málaga), Francés (Zaragoza), Manu Sánchez (Osasuna), Miranda (Betis) Hugo Guillamón (Valencia), Víctor Chust (Cádiz), Pacheco (R. Sociedad) and Torrente (Granada).

  • Midfielders:
    Turrientes (Real Sociedad), Rodri (Betis), Nico Gonález (Barcelona), Riquelme (Mirandés), Baena (Girona), Vencedor and Sancet (Athletic).

  • Forwards:
    Byran Gil (Valencia), Sergio Gómez (Anderlech), Abel Ruiz (Sporting Braga), Nico Williams (Athletic) and Karrikaburu (Real Sociedad).

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