Bernadeschi tests positive for Coronavirus


Juventus forward Federico Bernardeschi has become the 6th Italy player to test positive for COVID-19 since the global break, the Serie A bosses said in an explanation on Tuesday. 

There are developing worries over the quantity of cases among the Italy crew, who played three World Cup qualifiers over the most recent fourteen days. 

Bernardeschi, who is in confinement and asymptomatic, follows Cagliari goalkeeper Alessio Cragno and Paris St Germain safeguard Alessandro Florenzi as players to have gotten the infection, after their positive outcomes were uncovered on Monday. 

Florenzi's PSG colleague and individual Italy worldwide Marco Verratti will likewise miss the Champions League quarter-last first-leg conflict with Bayern Munich on Wednesday, in the wake of testing positive on Friday. 

Bernardeschi is the second Juve player to go into disconnection after Leonardo Bonucci additionally gotten the infection, while Torino said on Monday that an anonymous player had tried positive there also. 

Four individuals from the Italy group staff tried positive last Wednesday. 

As a safeguard, Serie A side Sassuolo have left Italy players Gian Marco Ferrari, Manuel Locatelli, Domenico Berardi and Francesco Caputo out of the crew for Saturday's class game against AS Roma. 

Italy has enrolled in excess of 110,000 passings connected to COVID-19 since February a year ago, the second-most noteworthy cost in Europe after Britain, with hundreds biting the dust every day as indicated by late information.

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