MADRID - Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo
will drop out of the Spain squad for their upcoming Euro 2012
qualifiers to prevent aggravating a thigh injury, the world
champions said on Wednesday.
Negredo, 26, who extended his contract with Sevilla until
2016 on Tuesday, was the highest scoring Spanish player in La
Liga last season with 20 goals, and is vying for a place in the
Spain side to travel to Poland and Ukraine next year.
The Spanish federation said a replacement would not be
called up for Friday´s trip to play the Czech Republic and next
Tuesday´s clash at home to Scotland.
Holders Spain have already qualified from Group I.
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