Barcelona's Sergi Roberto will be fit for Spain qualifier vs. Macedonia
Sergi Roberto will be fit for Spain's upcoming games against Colombia and Macedonia after Barcelona confirmed a groin injury will only keep him out for around 10 days.
The right-back was replaced at half-time by Andre Gomes during Barca's win over Eibar on Sunday and underwent tests at the club's training ground on Monday to reveal the extent of the problem.
Barca have one final game this season, against Alaves in the Copa del Rey final on Saturday, but Roberto was already set to miss out through suspension after being sent off in the semifinal win over Atletico Madrid.
"Tests carried out on Monday on first team player Sergi Roberto confirmed that he has a pulled groin muscle in his left leg and that he will be out of action for around 10 days," a statement from Barcelona read.
"He was due to miss the final of the Copa del Rey through suspension and therefore he played his final 45 minutes of the season against Eibar."
Roberto made 47 appearances for Barca throughout the campaign and made some significant contributions, including his winning goal against Paris Saint-Germain and his run to set up Lionel Messi's winner against Real Madrid in April.
His season isn't completely over yet, though, and he will still join up with Julen Lopetegui's Spain squad at the start of next month.
La Roja have a friendly against Colombia in Murcia on June 7 and then face Macedonia in a World Cup qualifier in Skopje on June 11.
Lopetegui had omitted Roberto the last time he named a Spain squad but a return to form in recent months saw the converted midfielder named among the 25 players called up for June's matches last week.
Samuel Marsden covers Barcelona for ESPN FC. Follow him on Twitter @SamuelMarsden.