Wolves winger, Adama Traore, has now tested positive for coronavirus.
According to Spanish newspaper Marca, Traore tested positive after a recent test and won’t join the Spain national team.
All players called up by Spain coach Luis Enrique for their Nations League games had to undergo a Covid-19 test.
Spain play against Germany and Ukraine over the next coming weeks.
Traore’s positive test comes as a huge blow to Spain who have now lost another player due to the virus.
The Wolves man will not join up with the squad due to UEFA’s strict safety protocol.
The 24-year-old has barely played for the Spain national team due to injuries.
However, Traore has impressed at Wolves, scoring six goals and provided 12 assists across all competitions.
MySportDab understands that his performance has attracted interest from clubs like Manchester City and Liverpool.
Wolves are opening to sell Traore and raise funds to sell him due to the coronavirus financial impact.
Another testing is set to take place in the Spain squad as they are required to do another test with is in regulation with UEFA’s protocol.