“An opportunity now to show himself”- Jose Enrique on Spain’s striker spot


Alvaro Morata Atletico Madrid

Euro2020 across the nook

With Euro 2020 kicking off this night, 101 sat down with ex-Liverpool defender Jose Enrique to speak all issues Spain, together with their possibilities this summer season, the exclusion of captain Sergio Ramos, and their striker state of affairs.

Luis Enrique opted for a 24 man squad regardless of the rules permitting him to take 26 to the competitors, which kicks off with Italy vs Turkey this night. Whereas his resolution to miss Nationwide group captain Sergio Ramos took the headlines, there was additionally a shock exclusion for Iago Aspas, who contributed 14 targets and 13 assists in La Liga throughout 2020-21.

Spain’s Striker choices

Because of the 33-year-old not going to the match, Spain’s solely orthodox strikers within the squad are Alvaro Morata and Villareal’s Gerard Moreno, though the latter has additionally performed lots of his profession on the right-wing.

It stays unclear which of those two will begin, so we quizzed Jose Enrique on the pair of them.

Asking the ex-Liverpool defender about Morata, Enrique stated:

“He’s a participant that may be very very skilled. I consider that with all of the tournaments that he has performed that is most likely a very powerful for him, to indicate himself, as a result of he’s been at Actual Madrid, Juventus, Atletico Madrid, and clearly Juventus once more.

He’s a participant that has proved himself prior to now, however he’s a participant that has to indicate why he’s been in these groups.

Then he has competitors as nicely, don’t get me improper. Gerard Moreno, the striker from Villareal, is a extremely actually good participant.

I’m undecided if he [Luis Enrique] goes to play with each of them or if he’s going to play with only one. If he performs with one, I’m not even positive it’s going to be the primary one, Alvaro Morata, if I’m sincere with you.

I don’t suppose he’s 100% safe in his spot, and if he’s, it’s as a result of Gerard Moreno will play in one other place.

“There’s at all times been doubt about Alvaro Morata. It’s always- Nice participant, he does so nicely, however there’s at all times doubt there”

It’s time to show himself, he’s an excellent participant and he has an opportunity now to show himself.

“Clearly at Juventus he did rather well and that’s why he got here again to Actual Madrid, however then at Atletico Madrid he was so-so, at Chelsea clearly he wasn’t nice both, so like I say it’s a time for him to shine and he has all of the attributes to take action. Hopefully he can do it”.

Catch the complete interview with Jose Enrique over on 101’s official Youtube channel.

Learn extra:

“I’d have taken Sergio Ramos”- Jose Enrique’s Euro squad ideas

“It’s going to be very very tough for us to win it” – Ex-Liverpool defender weighs up Euro possibilities


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