After Real Madrid, the Sevilla workforce was affected by the coronavirus a week before the return of European copper.
– Nemanja Gudelj (@nemanjagudelj) July 29, 2020
“After the PCR tests conducted last Sunday on the players, staff and the rest of the staff, and the results were known on Monday 27 July, a member of the first team indicated positive for Covid-19,” the club indicated in a press release.
“The person is asymptomatic, in good health and is isolated at home,” the Andalusian club added without specifying the player’s identity, who then posted a video announcing the news on his social networks.
Gudelj will miss the Europa League round with 16 matches against Roma in a dry match, scheduled for August 6 in the German city of Duisburg.