A Spanish court sentenced Bayern Munich and France defender Lucas Hernandez to six months in prison for violating a restraining order in 2017, on Wednesday.
Hernandez, 25, will appear in court in Madrid on Tuesday. He filed an appeal against this ruling.
A Spanish court had issued restraining orders against Hernandez and his girlfriend at the time, Amelia Osa Llorente, after a violent argument between them.
Hernandez was subsequently given a six-month suspended prison sentence in 2019 for violating the restraining order. The court rejected an appeal against the ruling at the time.
But the differences ended between them and they married and were seen returning to Spain together after marriage.
After he appears in court next week, Hernandez will have 10 days to come to prison voluntarily. He will be allowed to choose the prison in which he will serve his sentence.
Hernandez was convicted of domestic violence in 2017, and the court issued restraining orders against him after a fight with his girlfriend Llorente, although no charges were brought against them.
Llorente sustained minor injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment at the time. She was also convicted of violence against Hernandez and given a restraining sentence.
A court ordered Llorente to 31 days of community service for violence, assault and property damage.
Hernandez, the 2018 World Cup winner, was in the France squad that won the Nations League final against Spain on Sunday.