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The London Olympics are just a month away, and although close to none of the Spanish players from Euro 2012 will be on the roster, it is a measuring stick of the future of the country's footballing talent.
Only a few players from the Euro 2012 roster are eligible for the Olympics, which is a U-23 tournament with three older players allowed on the roster.
The players that are most likely to make it from the current national team squad are Javi Martinez, Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets.
Out of those three, Martinez would be the only one to play in London because he did not play at all in Poland and Ukraine while the other two started.
Some notable players you may see on the roster, which will be released this week, are Manchester United's top-choice keeper David De Gea, Chelsea's Oriol Romeu, Barcelona's Crisitan Tello and Iker Muniain of Athletic Bilbao.
The team, managed by Luis Milla, will play in Group D alongside Honduras, Japan and Morocco and will be considered one of the favorites to win the tournament.