Despite the new head coach and the resignation of the president of the Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales, the boycott continues when the first match after the nation's first gold on the women's side is to be played.
Spanish newspapers Marca and As write that the player boycott remains despite the fact that the Spanish federation RFEF has tried to reach an agreement with the players over the weekend. Therefore, according to the newspapers, it will be a Spanish B team that will compete in the Nations League.
Real Madrid's Athenea del Castillo is the only one from the World Cup squad not to support the boycott. Claudia Zornoza, another World Cup player who has not signed, announced last week that she has ended her national team career.
The squad will be released later today.