Two female players have left Spain's training camp after the team held showdown talks with their national federation into the early hours of Wednesday morning.
New manager Montse Tome named her first squad since Spain's World Cup win earlier this week, but the players responded by reaffirming their intention to go on strike following the Luis Rubiales kiss-gate scandal last month.
Spanish FA president Rubiales kissed star striker Jenni Hermoso on the lips at the post-match presentation following Spain's 1-0 win in the World Cup final against England. Following weeks of criticism for his behaviour, Rubiales eventually resigned, and is now facing charges of sexual assault and coercion.
Spain also sacked their manager Jorge Vilda in the wake of their World Cup win after complaints made by the squad about his coaching methods, and replaced him with Tome.
But the squad were still not happy, and made it clear that they did not want to represent their country until structural changes were made within the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF).
The players were seen arriving for talks with the RFEF on Tuesday evening, while National Sports Council (CSD) members also attended the meeting.
The meeting lasted seven hours and finished at 4.40am on Wednesday morning, as the RFEF looked to find a compromise with the players.
Of the 22 players present at the meeting, 20 agreed to stay, but two have opted to leave the training camp.
CSD president Victor Francos announced the news in the early hours of Wednesday morning, but did not name the players that decided to leave.
He told reporters: 'They have requested to leave the concentration due to lack of spirit and personal discomfort. They will communicate this and I hope that the same respect willRead on m.allfootballapp.com