But Luis Enrique is League of Nations yet it is too far. Because first we will have to dispute the Eurocup, tournament for which Spain will prepare thoroughly from the end of this month. The coach will give the list of the summoned for the friendly versus Germany (Thursday 26, Wanda Metropolitano) and Holland (Sunday 29, Amsterdam Arena) on Friday 20. It will be the last call before the definitive with the 23 chosen for the Eurocup, which will arrive in May. That is why it is very possible, sure, that Luis Enrique speaks today in Holland more about the immediate than about the League of Nations, for which there will be plenty of time.What now occupies the coach is to solve the enigma in the goal, with Kepa ignored, From Gea pointed out and Pau deteriorated. In addition, Luis Enrique has to decide what to do with the plants, where only Sergio Ramos is fixed, whether or not you keep your bet with Cazorla and if it is worth the Villarreal front (Gerard Moreno and Alcácer) as spearhead of the National Team in the European Championship.Then, if you have a while, you will start thinking about the League of Nations, in which Spain will debut in September. The LIGA A drums of the Nations League.ACE Luis Enrique reappears this tuesday in Amsterdam to attend to the draw for the second edition of the League of Nations, a tournament that Spain went through without penalty or glory in its debut, which coincided precisely with that of the Spaniard in his first stage as coach. A hundred Eurocup days, which is what mainly occupies and worries Luis Enrique, the only thing that restless of the League of Nations is el possible crossing with Cristiano Ronaldo, potential rival of La Roja. Holland, England and Sweden They are also possible rivals of the drum 1.Spain too will share group with a selection between Bosnia, Ukraine, Denmark and Sweden (those of hype 3), and another country between Croatia, Iceland, Poland and Germany, which won the downgrade in the first edition of the League of Nations but to which the UEFA has recalled with a timely change of format.
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