The Spanish Jordi Alba would have resigned from the Spanish soccer team of which he was captain in the last call of the coach Luis de la Fuente.
According to the media RTVE, the Inter Miami side of Major League Soccer (MLS) announced his retirement from La Roja after having played 93 games as a full international.
The 34-year-old defender had already announced that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar would be his last, despite leading Spain in the final phase of the Nations League, which La Roja won.
The coach Luis de la Fuente will announce this Friday a new list of summoned for the qualifying matches of Euro 2024, where he wants to repeat the success of Euro 2012, where Alba was champion with Spain.
Although the full-back has not publicly commented on his resignation, the generational change in the 2010 World Champion team is deepening.
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