Coronavirus takes a serious turn in the world and, tragically, in sports
The virus has been further devastated as every football activity appears to be stopping suddenly.
The fatal virus hit crescendo this week making matches postponed until April,
all matches of the Premier League, Series A and Bundesliga.
The UEFA has canceled all elite competition in order to exacerbate the problem,
with all of the competition planned for next week in both the Champions League and Europa
place on hold until the epidemic has been resolved in the world.
We Listed the names of footballers and infection managers, as mentioned on Goal.com.
Arsenal: In EPL, the coronavirus damage is escalating beyond control with a score of players now in quarantine.
Arsenal’s game against Brighton has been postponed after Mikel Arteta tested positive to coronavirus.
All Gunners players have been put in quarantine including the coaching staff.
The development came shortly after Olympiacos owner Evangelos Marinakis revealed he contracted the virus.
Chelsea: At Stamford Bridge,
Callum Hudson-Odoi was confirmed to have contacted the virus, though the player has allayed fear,
adding that he is ‘following the health guidelines and self-isolating for the week.’
Manchester City and Everton:
Benjamin Mendy has been forced into self-isolation after a member of his family tested positive to the virus.
Meanwhile, Everton have announced that their squad is in self-isolation after a player showed symptoms suggestive of the virus.
five staff members including goalkeeper Artur Boruc have been in self-isolation, while Cardiff City also have their players in quarantine.
Serie A Juventus: Daniele Rugani has been tested positive, forcing a number of the squad to self-quarantine including Cristiano Ronaldo.
Argentine forward Paulo Dybala was reported to have contracted the virus, the player denied the news.
Manolo Gabbiadini (Manolo Gabbiadini, Omar Colley, Albin Ekdal, Antonino La Gumina and Morten Thorsby have all tested positive)
Korea Fiorentina: Dusan Vlahovic also tested positive.
Meanwhile, at Paris Saint-Germain star,
Kylian Mbappe was tested negative to the virus ahead of his side’s Champions League last-16 clash with Borussia Dortmund.
Other players who have tested positive to the virus include Hyun-Jun Suk (Troyes),
Timo Hubers (Hannover) tested positive for coronavirus.
Paderborn defender Luca Kilian are the Bundesliga players to have tested positive to the disease.