Spain call up Africa eligible Adama Traore, Ansu Fati for Nations League

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Wolverhampton Wanderers’ explosive winger Adama Traore and Barcelona prodigy Ansu Fati are set to represent Spain despite their African origins.

Traore was initially going to represent Mali instead of Spain in 2019 as he established himself as one of the Premier League’s best wingers with Wolves this season.

The 24-year-old scored six goals and provided 12 assists in 54 games across all competitions last season, helping his side secure seventh place in the Premier League table.

On the other hand, 17-year-old Fati burst onto the scene in his debut season with Barcelona, netting eight goals in 33 appearances.

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Fati’s contributions have now warranted the youngster a spot in the Spain national team squad as announced on Thursday.

His participation with La Roja will mean that Fati is going to be ineligible to represent Guinea-Bissau later on in the future.

Spain have been drawn in League A Group 4 of the UEFA Nations League with Germany, Switzerland, and Ukraine.

The 2010 World Cup winners will face Germany on September 3rd in their opening game of the tournament.

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