Ansu Fati Trains With Spain Squad Ahead Of Senior Debut In Nations League

Spain held their first training session ahead of their Nations League games against Germany and Ukraine.

Head coach Luis Enrique has revamped his squad with the selection of several youngsters - most notably, Barcelona's teenager prodigy Ansu Fati.

The 17-year-old Fati - born in Guinea-Bissau, chose to play for Spain and has already made two appearances for the nation's under-21 team.

Other youngsters included see Eric García, Ferran Torres and Oscar Rodriguez all part of Enrique's squad.

Among those not included were Jordi Alba, Saul Niguez, Alvaro Morata, Isco and Diego Costa.

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