MADRID, 16 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The left-back of the Spanish team José Luis Gayà was injured in the last training session in Spain and, in the absence of further evidence, he could have a sprained right ankle, with which his presence in the World Cup in Qatar 2022 is up in the air .
The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) reported on Wednesday a medical report from the Valencia player in which he made a first diagnosis of "low-grade lateral sprain in the right ankle." "Pending magnetic resonance results," he adds.
Thus, the following test will determine the extent of the injury of a Gayà who will not be able to play this Thursday's friendly in Jordan. The Valencia captain is confident that he will be able to make it to the world championship that for Spain will begin on the 23rd against Costa Rica or, at least, not have to leave the camp.