Sergio Busquets is about to rejoin the Spain squad.

The FC Barcelona midfielder has been tested negative for the corona virus and can play at the European Championship.

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Busquets tested positive in the run-up to the European Championship and has been in isolation ever since.

It caused concern in the selection, which was allowed to be vaccinated after interference from the Spanish Football Association and politics.

After the corona infection of Busquets, a parallel bubble was created of players who could still be called up if more players from the European Championship selection were found to be infected.

However, it remained with Busquets' positive test.

The 32-year-old midfielder, who will join the group in Seville on Friday, missed the first game, in which Spain, despite a considerable preponderance, disappointingly drew 0-0 against Sweden.

Spain will face Poland in the second group match on Saturday at 9 p.m.

Slovakia will be the last opponent in group E on Wednesday.

Busquets starts his sixth final tournament with Spain.

He was already there at the 2010 World Cups, 2014 and 2018 and the European Championships in 2012 and 2016.

See also: View the schedule and group standings of the European Championship