Sergio Ramos has spoken out after being precluded from the Spain team for Euro 2020, expressing that missing up a major opportunity of the contest harms.

Sergio Ramos reacts to shock omission from Spain Euro 2020 squad


The veteran captain and Real Madrid chief will pass up a significant competition interestingly since 2004 after Luis Enrique reported a 24-man crew for the late spring that included no Real Madrid players by any means.

The oversight comes after a progression of injuries shook Ramos’season, where he made just 15 LaLiga appearances for disposed champions Real as they missed out to rivals Atletico Madrid in the title race.

Reacting to his Spain scorn on Twitter, Ramos whose agreement in Madrid lapses this late season with his club future excess unsure – said:

““After a tough few months and a strange season unlike anything I have experienced in my career comes the Euros.

I have fought and worked every day, in body and soul, to be able to reach 100% for Real Madrid and the national team but things don’t always work out the way we’d like.

It pains me not to have been able to help my team more and not to play for Spain but, in this case, the best thing to do is rest, fully recover and come back next year like we’ve always done. It hurts not to represent your country, but I have to be honest and sincere.

“I wish all my teammates the very best of luck and I hope we have a great Euros. I’ll be another fan cheering on from home. A big shout to everyone and #VivaEspaña and #HalaMadrid always!”