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Spain’s Under 21 squad for the European Championships is ridiculously strong

Spain's squad for the tournament in Poland contains Champions League and La Liga winners with a ridiculous level of depth

Spain aren’t messing around when it comes to the European Under-21 Championships out in Poland this summer.

Albert Celades’ squad is so strong that you’d back them to beat most senior sides, let alone win a youth tournament.

The easiest job in football?

The easiest job in football?

La Liga winners? Yep, they’ve got a few. Marco Asensio, Sandro Ramirez, Munir El Haddadi and Oliver Torres have all lifted Spain’s top honour with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.

Champions League winners? Of course. Asensio scored in the 4-1 win against Juventus on Saturday to cap off a marvellous season.

Then you’ve got Saul Niguez, winner of the Copa del Rey, Spanish Super Cup and Europa League with Atletico.

The future of Spanish football?

The future of Spanish football?

Spain have enough strength in depth to leave Hector Bellerin and Alex Grimaldo, a rumoured Man City signing, at home.

There’s also inclusions for several full internationals, such as Gerard Deulofeu, Inaki Williams and Mikel Oyarzabal.

Milan’s no.7

Milan’s no.7

The full squad is as follows…

Goalkeepers: Pau Lopez, Kepa Arrizabalaga, Ruben Blanco

Defenders: Jose Gaya, Aaron Caricol, Jorge Mere, Jonny, Jesus Vallejo, Javi Manquillo, Diego Gonzalez

Midfielders: Mikel Merino, Denis Suarez, Saul Niguez, Oliver Torres, Marco Asensio, Marcos Llorente, Gerard Deulofeu, Dani Ceballos

Forwards: Borja Mayoral, Munir El Haddadi, Sandro Ramirez, Mikel Oyarzabal, Inaki Williams

Who would win between Spain and Catalonia?