David Silva has followed Isco in leaving Spain’s training camp ahead of Tuesday’s friendly with Chile, through injury.
The Manchester City man has been released back to his club, upon returning with La Roja to Madrid after Friday’s 2-0 win over Finland in Helsinki.
The Spanish Football Federation report that the player suffered slight discomfort upon taking part in Sunday evening’s training session in the Spanish capital.
Immediately advised to stop training, the player underwent an MRI scan which revealed a ‘slight hamstring injury’.
Club doctors have decided not to risk Silva for Tuesday’s match in Geneva against Chile and so have released the player back to his club.
Silva follows Isco as dropping out of Spain’s preparations for this week’s friendly, after the Real Madrid man yesterday returned to his club side, still struggling with an ankle injury picked up last week.
Indications in training at Las Rozas have been that Vicente del Bosque is planning a number of changes to La Roja’s starting XI.