Due to his actions while playing for Luis de la Fuente’s team during the international break, Barcelona midfielder Gavi has angered the Spanish FA.
Spain lost to Scotland 2-0 on Tuesday night at Hampden Park, putting an unforeseen kink in their plans to qualify for Euro 2024.
Scott McTominay, a midfielder for Manchester United, maintained his incredibly uncharacteristic performance by scoring the game’s final two goals while on international duty.
To Ally McCoist’s amusement, it led to Manchester City player Rodri having a total breakdown and declaring that Scots don’t play football.
The 2010 World Cup champions haven’t exactly had a wonderful run on the field after being eliminated from the World Cup by Morocco in the last 16.
Nevertheless, it appears that there are problems off the field as well, with the Spanish FA displeased with one of their young players’ activities.
The RFEF reportedly expressed displeasure with “several acts” by midfielder Gavi, 18, throughout the course of the international break, according to the Spanish news outlet Relevo.
According to reports, the central midfielder’s refusal to attend an autograph session in Malaga was the major point of contention.
Before a replacement was picked for him, he said he needed to relax and complained of headaches, but he was eventually “forced” to go.
The star responded to Robert Lewandowski and Dani Ceballos’ tussle during the most recent El Clasico match between Barcelona and Real Madrid by knocking the Real player off the ball, as shown in video from the game.
Upon meeting up with De La Fuente’s first team since succeeding Luis Enrique, Ceballos made sure there were no ill wills by claiming it was all “good vibes.”
Gavi’s time at the Nou Camp has been unique because the Catalan powerhouses were unable to register his contract after La Liga contested the initial decision to permit it.
He is currently prohibited from donning the team’s number six jersey, and if his contract can’t be registered in the summer, he is free to go.