Soldado and Adrian left out of Spain's Euro 2012 squad as Pedro makes the cut

The 61-year-old has unveiled the names of the players that he will take to Poland and Ukraine, with Adrian Lopez and Roberto Soldado left out in the cold
Spain head coach Vicente del Bosque has announced his 23-man squad for Euro 2012.

The Spanish coach has made a total of nine changes to the group, adding players from Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao to his list after they were involved in the Copa del Rey final on Friday.

Atletico Madrid striker Adrian Lopez, who turned in an impressive substitute display in Saturday's 2-0 friendly victory against Serbia, is a surprise omission, with Roberto Soldado having also been left out of the selection.

Earlier in the month, Del Bosque had hinted that Pedro was likely to stay at home, but the Barcelona striker has been included in the 23-man party after netting twice in the Copa del Rey final.

Spain will kick off their Euro 2012 campaign against Italy on June 10 before meeting Republic of Ireland (June 14) and Croatia (June 18).

Prior to the start of the tournament, the World and European Champions will play two friendlies against South Korea and China.

Spain's Euro squad in full:

Name Club
Iker Casillas Real Madrid
Pepe Reina Liverpool
Victor Valdes
Raul Albiol Real Madrid
Jordi Alba Valencia
Alvaro Arbeloa Real Madrid
Sergio Ramos Real Madrid
Juanfran Torres Atletico Madrid
Gerard Pique Barcelona
Javi Martinez Athletic Bilbao
Sergio Busquets Barcelona
Xavi Barcelona
Andres Iniesta Barcelona
Xabi Alonso Real Madrid
Santi Cazorla Malaga
Cesc Fabregas Barcelona
David Silva Manchester City
Jesus Navas Sevilla
Juan Mata Chelsea
Pedro Barcelona
Alvaro Negredo Sevilla
Fernando Torres Chelsea
Fernando Llorente Athletic Bilbao