Manchester United star David De Gea risk losing his place in the Spain squad unless he can return to a regular playing role, according to reports from the Daily Star.
The 24-year-old is currently part of national team manager Vicente del Bosque’s plans, but following a failed move to Real Madrid, he could be replaced for the European Championships.
De Gea was heavily linked with a switch to the La Liga giants this summer, but a deadline day mix up between United and Real looks to have ended his chances of a move.
Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal is yet to play the Spaniard this season amid concerns that he was not in the right mind to feature due to speculation over his move.
Del Bosque hopes the keeper can put his recent transfer saga behind him and get back into the first team at Old Trafford or he may not be able to select him for the upcoming Euro 2016 squad.
“He needs to be professional and move on from this episode,” he told Marca.
“I hope that he starts playing again and is happy, and if he plays well we can bring him along, otherwise if he doesn’t play it will be very difficult for him to come (to the Euros).”