Ferran Torres is back at Manchester City with a broken foot suffered during his international service with Spain.
Torres limped in Spain’s UEFA Nations League semi-final victory over Italy, having scored twice in the first half.
He was deemed fit to start against France in Sunday’s final, playing 84 minutes of the 2-1 loss.
Manchester City have confirmed he suffered a “small fracture” in his right foot.
The Premier League champions said: “He has since returned to Manchester for tests and will continue to be watched.”
Torres scored twice for Spain in their Nations League semi-final victory over Italy
Torres has made seven appearances for Manchester City this season, scoring three goals.
The 21-year-old was reportedly injured in the win over Italy but was deemed fit enough to start the game against France.
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However, subsequent tests have revealed the extent of the striker’s injury, which is likely to keep him out of a series of big games for club and country.
City face a Manchester derby at Old Trafford and a Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain in the next six weeks, while Spain play the World Cup qualifiers against Greece and Sweden next month .