Robert Sánchez leaves the concentration of Spain; Arnau Tenas replaces him
The Brighton goalkeeper had the possibility of adding more minutes with La Roja after his debut in September against Georgia, but he was dismissed due to "personal issues"
Change in the call of the Spanish team. Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sánchez left the concentration of the team led by Luis Enrique in the hours before the friendly duel against Albania at the RCDE Stadium. "Personal issues" will prevent him from adding a new internationality to that of his debut with La Roja, against Georgia in the World Cup qualifying match played at the New Nursery in Badajoz in September, when he jumped onto the pitch with a quarter remaining hour to go, with the match already decided.
The one from Cartagena is replaced in the list of players that the Asturian coach has the U-21 goalkeeper Arnau Tenas, who will join the rest of the group in the next few hours. The Catalan, barely 20 years old, has a great opportunity before him, since he has not yet made his debut with the Barça first team and this season he has accumulated thirteen games with the Barça subsidiary in group II of the First RFEF. He arrives at the concentration of the absolute after defending the goal of La Rojita this Friday, in the resounding 8-0 to Lithuania in Talavera de la Reina, valid for qualifying for the European Championship of the category.