Manchester United transfer target Sergio Reguilon has eased fears over the severity of his ankle injury after hitting the deck during Spain’s 4-0 win over Ukraine on Sunday.
The left-back’s fine international debut ended sourly when he suffered a nasty looking injury upon colliding with Viktor Kovalenko in stoppage time.
Reguilon let out an audible shriek of pain as his left foot rolled on the pitch.
The official Twitter account for Spain’s national team released an update stating the defender suffered an external sprain to the left ankle.
And the 23-year-old took to social media himself to alleviate any fears of a long-term problem.
He said: ‘One week and like new.’
Reguilon has reportedly been offered to United as Real Madrid favour Marcelo and Ferland Mendy in his position.
The left-back spent a successful year on loan at Sevilla last season and is valued at around £18million.
The Spaniard was also on Chelsea’s shortlist as an alternative to their £50million acquisition Ben Chilwell.