The Gunners boss tested positive for the virus that is affecting not just football, but the world at large
Following the diagnosis, Arteta started his self-isolation as a precaution to contain the spread of the virus while the club’s London Colney training centre was shut down.
Lauren, a member of the Invincibles, shared his concern with the widespread of Covid-19 across the world and prayed for a quick recovery for those infected.
Meanwhile, Elneny who is on a season-long loan in Turkish Super Lig club Besiktas, also sent relieving note to his parent club and wished Arteta a quick recovery in his fight against the pandemic.
“Get well soon, Mikel Arteta. I want to send my support to everyone at Arsenal and those suffering from coronavirus. Sending good vibes,” Lauren tweeted.
Get well soon, @m8arteta!
I want to send my support to everyone at @Arsenal and those suffering from coronavirus.
Sending good vibes! 💪🏿🔴⚪ https://t.co/jclaWwfAJr
— Lauren Etame Mayer (@Lauren12arsenal) March 13, 2020
“I wish the best for everyone in Arsenal family and a quick recovery to Mikel Arteta and I hope the rest of the team stay safe and healthy and I wish all the best and quick recovery for all the people who were tested positive may Allah cure you quickly,” Elneny tweeted.
I wish the best for everyone In the @Arsenal Family and a quick recovery to @milelarteta and I hope the rest of the team stay safe and healthy and I wish all the best and quick recovery for all the people who was tested positive may allah cure you quickly
— Mohamed ELNeny (@ElNennY) March 13, 2020
The spread of Covid-19 in England has forced the Premier League to postpone the 2019-20 season until April 3.