Coronavirus: Soccer players, coaches who have tested positive for COVID-19
Five players from one Italian club have tested positive
The coronavirus threat hasn't only resulted in matches and competitions being suspended across the world, it's also directly impacted players, managers and owners, and some have tested positive for the virus. So far nine professional soccer players, one manager and one owner have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Five of the players are on Italian club Sampdoria, while the most notable cases have been Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi and Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. Their positive tests have led to the Premier League
Below is a complete list of soccer players, managers and owners that have tested positive for coronavirus. CBS Sports will update this as needed.
- Timo Hubers (Hannover)
- Manolo Gabbiadini (Sampdoria)
- Omar Colley (Sampdoria)
- Albin Ekdal (Sampdoria)
- Antonino La Gumina (Sampdoria)
- Morten Thorsby (Sampdoria)
- Jannes Horn (Hannover)
- Evangelos Mainakis (Olympiakos and Nottingham Forest)
Leicester City also has three of its players in quarantine after, but the club has not announced the results of the tests.
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