Spain national coach Vicente Del Bosque has revealed Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea may not play in Spain's Euro2016 opener against the Czech Republic.
The 25-year-old has been the subject of 'sex party' allegations in his home country and Del Bosque fears that he might not be mentally fit to play on Monday.
Bosque said: "We'll see if the player is able to play, and then he'll play. If he's not we'll take another decision without any problem.
"I'm going to tell them together, at the same time as the rest of the players."
Veteran goalkeeper Iker Casillas is likely to replace De Gea in the Group D game against the Czechs.