Following the departure of Vicente Del Bosque after another somewhat disappointing international football exit for Spain in Euro 2016 second round, the nation’s football federation (RFEF) have officially appointed Julen Lopetegui as new head coach.

The former FC Porto’s tactician already had experience handling La Furia Roja’s junior teams before taking the helm of Porto in recent years.

That experience and knowledge over current Spain’s talent, could be the plus point that RFEF eventually decided to give that important role to Lopetegui, who reportedly beats Joaquin Caparros for that role.

It will be interesting to see what direction will Lopetegui take Spain as they do have interesting young talents who are hungry in proving their worth at international level.

However, there’s still several experienced players who might think that they can be an important part for La Furia Roja, this situation will surely be answered soon.