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Euro 2016: Juventus' Alvaro Morata battling hamstring injury issue

Spain could replace the forward before the tournament begins.

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Juventus forward Alvaro Morata suffered a leg injury during a friendly victory over South Korea in Salzburg, reports Marca.

Morata was the only player left out of Spain's training session Saturday. It is unknown if he'll be able play for Spain against Georgia on Tuesday.

It is understood the player was sent to Santias La Moraleja to undergo medical tests which fortunately revealed that there was only minimal damage to his hamstrings.

The player had reported to medical staff that he felt no pain, just discomfort in his thigh, and it was this sensation that saw him leave the South Korea game before the final whistle.

Morata has three goals in nine apparences since 2014 for Spain.

According to UEFA regulations, team's can replace players up until 48 hours to the start of the tournament. Spain begins its quest for a third consecutive European championship against the Czech Republic on June 13 in Toulouse, France.