David de Gea’s dreams of playing at the 2022 World Cup are officially over after he was left out of Spain’s provisional squad list.

Even with a provisional squad of 55 players, coach Luis Enrique chose to find no room for the Manchester United goalkeeper, AS report.

In many ways this is no surprise. De Gea has not played for Spain since October 2020, with Enrique preferring younger, more modern goalkeepers.

Athletic Bilbao’s Unai Simon is his number one, while Brentford’s David Raya and Brighton’s Robert Sanchez are both now regulars. Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga is among the extended squad.

But given the impressive recent form from De Gea, and the ways he is looking to change his game under new boss Erik ten Hag, he will have been hoping for a last minute call.

By lytetrend

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