Luis Enrique has returned to leave surprises in his last list of the Spanish selection. Advocating for meritocracy and not for maintaining a fixed bloc, many new names have gone through the calls of ‘Lucho’, although surely none so unknown to the public as Robert Sanchez.
For those who are not lovers of the Premier League, this 23-year-old Spanish goalkeeper is almost a stranger and seeing him in a call makes him the greatest of surprises. Without going through the lower categories, the goal of the Brighton he has made his way to the Spanish team based on hard work, sacrifice and, obviously, stops.
At 1.97 meters tall, his performances this season at Brighton have garnered praise from everyone in England. Luis Enrique, as a good coach, has had controlled at all times Robert, to such an extent that his performance has forced him to summon him, passing in front of other goalkeepers with great performance abroad such as Adán, three times winner of the player of the month award at Sporting de Portugal.
Born in 1997, Robert began his career in the youth ranks of the I raised, until in 2015 he decided to go on an adventure with the Brighton. Quite a success. There he signed his first contract as a professional and after leaving on loan to Forest green rovers in 2018 and at Rochdale In 2019, he made a hole as a starting goalkeeper since his debut in the Premier League on November 1, 2020.