Spain World Cup star at centre of kiss row meets wacky Mojitoman as players soak up the sun in Ibiza | The Sun

SPAIN'S World Cup stars met the Mojitoman as they holidayed in Ibiza while celebrating their amazing triumph.

La Roja beat England 1-0 in Sydney to become champions of the world.

Since returning from Down Under, a number of Spain's victorious stars have been relaxing on a yacht in Ibiza.

These victorious stars include Jenni Hermoso, who was disgracefully kissed on the lips by under-fire Spanish FA chief Luis Rubiales as she went to collect her medal.

Hermoso, 33, subsequently refused to take part in Rubiales' apology video, and has demanded that "exemplary measures" are taken.

Thankfully, she still appears to have been able to enjoy her incredible team success with her peers.


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She has been soaking up the Ibiza sunshine alongside team-mates including Alexia Putellas and Misa Rodriguez.

And the stars have even been joined onboard by the Mojitoman.

Real name Ariel Naso, the Mojitoman is famous in Ibiza for swimming up to stars' yachts and serving them.

He has catered for plenty of the rich and famous, including Zinedine Zidane, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

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Hermoso has been holidaying in Ibiza alongside her team-matesCredit: Splash
Hermoso hangs out with team-mate Alexia PutellasCredit: Splash

The Mojitoman was spotted hanging out with Spain stars, posing for a snap with his arms around Hermoso and Rodriguez.

Players were also seen going for a swim, as well as paddling with their drinks.

Olga Carmona has also joined her team-mates in Ibiza.

The Real Madrid star scored Spain's brilliant winner in the final, before tragically learning of her father's passing after the final whistle.

Hermoso, meanwhile, has released a statement alongside her union and agency, following Rubiales' actions.

It read: "My union Futpro, in coordination with my agency TMJ, are taking care of defending my interests and being the interlocutors on this matter."

Futpro added: "We are working to ensure that acts such as those we have seen never go unpunished, that they are sanctioned and that the exemplary measures are adopted to protect women footballers from actions that we believe are unacceptable."

The midfielder previously revealed on Instagram that she "didn't like" Rubiales' actions.

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