Manchester United Covid-19 First Team Cases RISES After Training (Details)
More Manchester United players have now tested positive as the club tries to contain their Covid-19 outbreak, MySportDab reports.
United’s Tuesday’s match at Brentford was postponed due to the outbreak.
However, there are concerns that Manchester United’s next Premier League match on Sunday against Brighton may also be postponed.
The Red Devils First-team players resumed to training at Carrington on Wednesday after training was postponed on Monday due to positive cases.
They had to take part in lateral flow and PCR tests before the first team was cleared to train on Monday.
But, some players were sent home after testing positive on Wednesday for the virus.
There are now more fears they may have to ask for Saturday’s fixture to be postponed as they monitor the squad’s health.
The Premier League sent staffs to Carrington on Wednesday to monitor how protocols are being adhered to.
There was concern that United even after first-team operations were shut down on Tuesday, more than 130 players from the women’s squad and Under18s were at the Carrington site.
Manchester United have recorded a total of 19 positive cases across all staffs.
United remain in regular contact with the Premier League, but no one affected by Covid-19 will be available for selection on Sunday.
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