Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas was upset at UEFA officials last night after they showed at Spain training camp in Las Rozas, near Madrid, around 11.30 pm.
The men from the most important European football institution visited the current Champions of Europe to let them undergo some doping tests.
Fabregas was annoyed by the time of the visit and posted this sarcastic picture on his Snapchat profile:
Visiting the UEFA anti-doping page we can read:
The 2015/16 campaign will finish with UEFA EURO 2016 in France.
“UEFA has planned an extensive testing programme to ensure that the expanded tournament, with 24 teams, remains free of doping.
UEFA will start conducting tests on all the finalists from the beginning of January, with a combination of urine, whole blood and serum samples being collected in-and-out-of-competition.
“Tests will also be conducted at each of the 51 matches in France, involving at least two players from each team at every game.”