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Tottenham fans says their 24-year-old’s international snub should be a “wake-up call” for them

Tottenham’s Sergio Reguilon has been left out of the Spain squad for this summer’s European Championship – and some Spurs fans on Twitter have responded to the news by stating it should be a “wake-up call” for him.

Reguilon, who signed a Spurs deal last summer that could rise to £32million (Sky Sports), has been omitted from Luis Enrique’s squad.

The quick defender has already earned five senior international caps for Spain. 

However, his form has dipped significantly in the second half of this season.

There was perhaps an indication that he would miss out this summer when he was left out of the squad in March, with his last cap coming on 14 November 2020.

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A selection of Spurs supporters on social media agree that national team boss Enrique has made the right call. 

Reguilon, 24, looked like one of the Premier League’s best signings of the transfer window during the opening weeks of the season.

He’s an all-action left-back with pace, athleticism and aggression. 

But he’s been nowhere near as effective during the back end of the campaign, with individual errors even starting to creep into his game.

He managed six assists in 36 games across all competitions during his first year as a Spurs player, but needs to try sharpen up with his back to goal.

Fortunately, he’s still young enough and has the potential to bounce back from the Spain omission. 

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