Bayern Munich’s French footballer Lucas Hernandez has been sentenced to six months in prison by a Spanish court for violating a ban in 2017.
Hernandez, 25, was due to appear in court in Madrid on Tuesday. He has appealed against the sentence.
Restrictive orders were placed against him and his girlfriend, Amelia Ossa Llorente, following a violent debate.
But they were seen returning to Spain after they got married, breaking the restrictive order.
Following his appearance in court, Hernandez will have 10 days to appear in prison voluntarily. He will be allowed to choose the prison where he will serve his sentence.
Restrictive orders were issued after he and Ms. Llorente had a quarrel in 2017, although neither of them had filed charges.
Ms Llorente was taken to hospital with minor injuries, while Hernandez was convicted of domestic violence against her.
His wife was also sentenced to 31 days of community service for violence, assault and property damage.
While the player was sentenced to six months probation in 2019 for violating his detention order. His appeal was rejected.
Hernandez, winner of the 2018 World Cup, was on the French team that won the League of Nations final against Spain on Sunday.
The couple are married and have a son.