The Spanish team concentrates with four new faces and pending Gayà

The Spanish team focused on Las Rozas Soccer City, where from Monday afternoon they will begin to prepare their last two qualifying matches for Euro 2024, with the new faces of Álex Remiro, Alejandro Grimaldo, Rodrigo Riquelme and Aleix García, plus the returns of Íñigo Martínez and José Gayà, who will be examined by doctors due to knee discomfort.

A blow suffered at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, in Valencia’s match against Real Madrid on Saturday, prevented Gayà from finishing the match and, after resting on Sunday in the capital of Spain, where he stayed to join the Spanish team’s training camp on Monday, he will be examined by doctors.

The coaching staff headed by Luis de la Fuente He is optimistic, after receiving the first communications from the player and his club’s doctors who ruled out a knee injury due to the strong blow received. The player’s in-person feelings will be assessed before the afternoon training session to decide his participation, as well as his presence in the matches against Cyprus and Georgia.

They are the last two rivals against whom Gayà played, absent in the last call and who returns in a complete change of left wing of From the source, who also called Grimaldo, a novelty in his arrival at the Ciudad del Fútbol residence.

He was one of the first to arrive at the concentration, received as Remiro, Rodrigo Riquelme and Aleix García by coach Luis de la Fuente and Albert Luque, director of the national team.

The Spanish team was concentrated late on Monday morning in the Ciudad del Fútbol, ​​where they will prepare on Monday and Tuesday for the last two qualifying matches for the Euro 2024, against Cyprus and Georgiaalready with the classification sealed and with the final objective of finishing first in the group.

On Monday afternoon, the selected players will complete their first training session from 7:30 p.m. in the Football City, in a session open to the presence of the public and the media.

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