The Wolverhampton player Adama Traoré has not trained this Monday with the Spanish selection, concentrated in the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas, after having tested positive in a test conducted in the UK, where it remains at waiting for a second PCR before traveling to the capital of Spain.
Traoré, who was already called up with the Spanish national team in November 2019, was left without making his debut due to an untimely injury. Now, almost a year after that call from Robert Moreno, the player born in Hospitalet de Llobregat can experience a similar situation again if the second positive is confirmed.
The Catalan of Malian origin has been one of the players who has stood out the most this season in the Premier League. At 24 he received the trust of Luis Enrique, but ‘The red one’ will only be dressed if the result is negative, confirming that the first test would not be conclusive, according to the newspaper Marca.
It is the second positive for Covid-19 in the Spanish team after Mikel Oyarzabal. The players led by Luis Enrique trained this afternoon behind closed doors and the images of the session – offered by the RFEF – did not show Traoré in any of them.