OXFORD United are yet to announce if their pre-season tour to Spain will go ahead as they reach the deadline to confirm their plans.

Last month, head coach Karl Robinson said the U’s had until today to finalise the trip, and the club has already made back-up arrangements due to the uncertainty surrounding international travel.

United were always going to make a late decision on the tour, scheduled for the start of July.

They were due to face the Gibraltar national team and Sky Bet League One counterparts Plymouth Argyle.

Spain remains on the government’s amber list for international travel, meaning visitors must quarantine for ten days or take a ‘Test to Release’ test after five days, where a negative swab allows you to end isolation.

But United qualify as an elite sports team according to government regulations, enabling them to train as a bubble during that period and even play friendlies against clubs going through the same procedures.

The U’s are yet to confirm any of their pre-season matches, with the League One campaign getting under way on August 7.