Real Madrid striker Mariano tests positive for coronavirus

Real Madrid forward Mariano Diaz has tested positive for coronavirus, the club said on Tuesday. The entire Madrid squad was reportedly tested for COVID-19 on Monday as they returned to training ahead of their Champions League match against Manchester City on August 7.

Real Madrid forward Mariano Diaz has tried positive for COVID-19, the Spanish victors said on Tuesday, providing a reason to feel ambiguous about his investment in their Champions League tie at Manchester City one week from now.

Real said in an explanation that tests were directed on the crew on Monday and that, however, Diaz was in “impeccable wellbeing”, he would act naturally detaching at home.

Real, who trail Manchester City 2-1 from the primary leg of their last-16 tie before the pandemic suspended the opposition in March, is set to play the Premier League side in the second leg on Aug. 8 at the Etihad.

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The Champions League knockout stages from the quarter-finals onwards will be played as single legs in Lisbon.

Spain has seen a flood in COVID-19 positives with a large number of new cases provided details regarding an everyday schedule in the previous week, taking its count up to more than 296,000 cases.

England has forced a 14-day isolate for voyagers from Spain however British media announced that tip-top games groups going into the nation will be absolved.

Throughout the end of the week, Spanish side Fuenlabrada affirmed they had 28 positive cases at the club, remembering a couple of cases for Madrid where the group is based, costing the subsequent division club a took shots at advancement to La Liga.

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