Spain safeguard Diego Llorente has tried positive for Covid-19, the public group said almost immediately Wednesday, five days before their Euro 2020 opener.
Spain chief Sergio Busquets had tried positive on Sunday and Spanish FA (RFEF) President Luis Rubiales cautioned more cases were likely.
The two players had left the group’s camp, while the remainder of the crew keep on getting ready for the competition, the organization said.
The crew and instructing staff quickly went into seclusion following Busquets’ positive test on Sunday, which means their under-21 group and mentor stepped in to confront Lithuania on Tuesday, guaranteeing a 4-0 triumph in an amicable.
Spain face Sweden in their Euro 2020 Group E opener on Monday.
After Busquets’ positive test, Spain called up six senior players – Kepa Arrizabalaga, Raul Albiol, Carlos Soler, Brais Mendez, Pablo Fornals and Rodrigo Moreno – to shape an equal preparing bubble so they could be called upon if necessary.
Sports Minister Jose Manuel Rodriguez Uribes said on Tuesday every one of the players would be inoculated on Wednesday.
Dissimilar to other European nations which opened immunization to all grown-ups, Spain has kept a thorough age-based schedule. As of now individuals in the 50-59 and 40-49 age sections are getting antibodies in various locales.