Five Barça players tested positive for coronavirus, Leipzig panics for Timo Werner
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Barça players showed no symptoms
In Spain, we learned this Tuesday that the workforce of Barça would have been affected by the coronavirus. Five players and two staff members tested positive, reports Ace. These tests date from the beginning of the pandemic, and all were asymptomatic. Today, they are no longer concerned, and will be able to resume competition in due time. Information that had hitherto remained secret, within the Barcelona formation.
His departure would leave a “huge void“
On the England side, The sun reports statements by Julian Nagelsmann about the future of his player Timo Werner. The Leipzig striker is followed by several major clubs, including Liverpool, and his contract has a release clause of € 60 million. His trainer explained that there was nothing he could do to detain him. “He knows what he has in Leipzig, and also what he has with me”, he admits. “I don’t think it will help that I tell him every day. In the end, it’s his choice, his career, it’s up to him. ” Nagelsmann also claimed that the scorer’s departure would leave “A huge void, as if Robert Lewandowski was leaving Bayern”.
They will have to change in prefabricated buildings
Also in England, the picture of the day is that of the players of Liverpool, in training, each knee on the ground. A strong gesture, in support of the protests following the death of George Floyd, about whom we were speaking to you yesterday. After the celebration of Jadon Sancho, it is therefore the turn of the Reds to show their support for this cause. ” Unity is strength “, summarizes it Daily Mirror. The tabloid gives us another news, rather unexpected this time. As part of this health crisis, Premier League players could change their locker room before games. This is in any case the trend according to the English newspaper, it will be one of the points of a new protocol to follow for clubs. Information that also makes the headlines of the Daily Express, which talks about prefabricated buildings in which players will have to change. In addition, English clubs could be forced to take private flights to play their away games, to avoid the risk of contagion as much as possible.