Manchester United's David De Gea, Real Madrid's Isco and Athletic Bilbao's Iker Muniain have been named in an investigation into a sexual assault case in their native Spain.
The three allegedly assaulted a woman back in 2012, after the Manchester United goalkeeper arranged a meeting, and forced the woman to have sex with his U-21 teammates.
The woman is a protected witness for the Torbe case, a police investigation to find out whether the famous Spanish porn director Torbe recorded some of his videos with minors.
The alleged victim was however not a minor in 2012, Spanish outlet El Diario says.
According to early reports, De Gea did not assault the woman but told her to have sex with his teammates and used physical threats to convince her.
There will be more news in the upcoming hours as this story develops, but it certainly seems that Isco, De Gea and Muniain are in deep trouble.
While El Diario only named De Gea and Muniain, they said that a third football player was involved, and then El Confidencial pointed at Isco quoting "sources within the investigation."