Adolfo will be able to play against Georgia if he tests negative

MADRID, Jan. 29 (.) –

The Spanish international Adolfo Fernández will be able to play this Saturday against Georgia (5:30 p.m.) and play his first minutes in the European Championship as long as he gives a negative result in the antigen test to which UEFA will submit him in MartiniPlaza itself, the Royal Spanish Federation has reported Football (RFEF).

“UEFA has allowed the player – this morning he headed to Amsterdam – to undergo a test at MartiniPlaza in Groningen itself,” the RFEF said.

Approximately an hour and a half before the match between the Spanish and the Georgians starts, UEFA’s medical services will test the international. “If, as expected, the result of the antigen test is negative, Adolfo will be able to sit on the bench,” he said.

After that, it will be the Spanish coach, Fede Vidal, who will decide if the one from Santa Coloma makes his debut or not in this continental championship in a match in which the pass to the next round and the leadership of Group D will be at stake. .

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