Three Premier League stars have missed out on Vincent Del Bosque’s provisional Spain squad for Euro 2016.
Chelsea’s Diego Costa, Manchester Utd’s Juan Mata, and Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla have been left out from Vincent Del Bosque’s squad.
Costa’s form has been indifferent this term in comparison to Chelsea’s title winning campaign last season.
Costa’s form suffered during a tumultuous time at the start of the season, however he began to show glimpses of his form from last season under interim manager, Guus Hiddink.
Costa scored 12 Premier League goals this season.
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Fernando Torres has also missed out despite having a renaissance under Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid side.
He has scored important goals for the club in both the league and Champions League, and has forged a great understand with Atleti star Antoine Griezmann.
Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla has missed out as he is returning from a long-term injury to his Knee and Achilles that kept him out for five months.
It could be argued that Arsenal’s title form dipped dramatically because of his loss.