Wolves winger Adama Traore has contracted coronavirus and he would not be able to join Spain national team camp ahead of the country’s European Nations League matches against Germany and Ukraine on 3rd and 6th September 2020.
The 24-year-old Wolves talisman got his first national team call up in August two years after he has played for all the age group teams in the country. He would have to be forced to self-isolate for 14 days in line with the Covid-19 protocol.
However, if the second coronavirus test which would be carried out on him any moment from the time of publishing this report come out negative, he will be allowed to rejoin the Spanish team. If it doesn’t, he will not only miss his national team engagements, he will miss Wolves opening Premier League match against Sheffield United on September 14.
England Unveil New kits
England has unveiled new kits for the country’s football teams. The country’s football association took to its official Twitter handle to share pictures of the new home and away kits. Some superstars of the men’s football team were used as models for the new kits.
The players in display included the captain of the team and Tottenham Hotspur’s talisman Harry Kane, Chelsea’s forward Tammy Abraham, Manchester City’s forward Raheem Sterling, and Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford.
Others are Borussia Dortmund‘s winger Jadon Sancho, Liverpool’s midfielder Trent Alexander-Arnold, and a host of others. The new kits would be used to execute their forthcoming European Nations League matches against Iceland and Denmark on Saturday, September 5, and on Tuesday, September 8, 2020.
Nike, the sportswear manufacturing company that designed the kits, combined white and blue with a little touch of red to design the new kits. The home kits are white shirts, blue shorts, and white socks. While the away kit is all blue which is contrary to the all-red away kit the country used in 2019-2020.
“There is a feel-good factor surrounding the England team and we wanted to capture all that vibrancy and try some new things,” Scott Munson, Nike’s VP of football apparel said.
“Their collection balances a classic home identity with an adventurous, eye-catching away kit.”