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Wolverhampton Wanderers star Adama Traore has decided to turn his back to Mali national team and answered the call of Spain who had included him in the squad for their commitments in October.
Traore was born in Spain, he has played for their under-21 team and been called up to the senior side twice.
Traore was called up by Mali last month for their international friendlies which will be held this month against Ghana and Iran, which will be held in Turkey.
The Spanish national team Twitter account tweeted a video of Traore that showed he turned up for the team’s training camp, hence rejecting Mali’s call.
The 24-year-old was called up for Spain’s Nations League matches against Germany and Ukraine last month after testing positive for COVID-19.
Should Traore feature in any of Spain’s UEFA Nations League encounters against Switzerland or Ukraine, later he will no longer be able to switch allegiances to the African nation.
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