Spain's post-World Cup performances have led to criticism, but head coach Vicente del Bosque has defended the European champion's record.
Monday, March 30, 2015
The midfielder has not featured for Spain since last year's World Cup, but the Manchester United man has not given up hope of a recall.
The Real Madrid midfielder has refused to rule out taking over from Carlo Ancelotti at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The Madrid Castilla coach has acknowledged that Los Blancos are keeping tabs on his compatriot.
Mexico striker Javier Hernandez has acknowledged being frustrated by the lack of first-team opportunities at Real Madrid.
The Real Madrid forward scored the winning goal in a friendly against Ecuador and was happy with a full performance.
Sunday, March 29, 2015
The forward is in action for his country on Sunday against Serbia and will be expected to behave better than he has done lately for his club side.
The winger responded to recent criticism with a fine display in Wales' win in Israel and the Madrid man is ignoring his detractors.
Saturday, March 28, 2015
The 16-year-old started for Norway during a thumping Euro 2016 qualifying defeat to Croatia and was anonymous for most of the game.
The midfielder believes there has been no better player for the national team than his Barcelona teammate and insists La Roja still have a bright future
The ex-Spain international was already close to leaving Barcelona last year before eventually staying put and now appears to be on his way out of Camp Nou.
Having opted to stay at Atletico Madrid last year, the defender says he wants to see out his contract with the club.
The left back will miss just a week of action with a groin injury, Barcelona has announced.
The defender will return to Barcelona on Saturday, after injuring his hamstring in Spain's win over Ukraine.
Friday, March 27, 2015
The coach was disappointed with his side's second-half performance and revealed that Jordi Alba will be sent back to Barcelona with an injury.
The European champions failed to convince as they beat Ukraine by a single strike in Seville and are still struggling to forge an identity after World Cup failure.
Without the injured Diego Costa, Spain defeated Ukraine 1-0 in Group C of Euro 2016 qualifying in Seville on Friday.
Alvaro Morata's first senior international goal proved to be the difference for La Roja, who barely hold on to secure an important three points.
The midfielder says he is delighted to be part of la Roja's setup ahead of matches against Ukraine and Netherlands.
The goalkeeper has made it clear that he will not settle for a position on the bench and will continue to try to win over head coach Carlo Ancelotti.