Spain manager Luis Enrique has announced his squad for Nations League games against Germany and Ukraine, shaking things up with a youthful group.

Barcelona teenager Ansu Fati, who is just 17, is included after showing huge promise in his first season at the Nou Camp, while there is also space for Manchester City's 19-year-old defender Eric Garcia after forcing his way into the first team. 

Exciting prospects like Real Madrid's Sergio Reguilon, Leipzig's Dani Olmo were also picked by Enrique to inject life into the team as they bid to build momentum ahead of next summer's Euros, which was delayed by a year due to the coronavirus. 

Uncapped Wolves winger Adam Traore also gets the nod after some scintellating displays under Nuno Espirito Santos in a new-look side that also features Real Madrid starlet Oscar, who has been on loan at Leganes.

Other fresh faces include new Man City recruit Ferran Torres, who just joined in a £37m deal from Valencia, and Bilbao keeper Unai Simon. 

But Enrique has shown loyalty to Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea and Chelsea's Kepa Arrizabalaga despite coming under pressure following some high-profile mistakes this season.