– Spain have announced that Sergio Busquets has tested positive for Coranavirus and has been told to go on isolation
– The Barcelona star was tested after leading his nation in an international friendly match against Portugal
– Portugal are the defending champions of Europe and Ronaldo and his teammates are ready for this year’s tournament
Sergio Busquets who is the captain of the Spanish national senior men’s team has tested positive for deadly COVID-19 days to the start of the EURO 2020 bringing tension to the camp.
On Friday, June 4, the Barcelona superstar captained his nation against Portugal in a friendly match which ended in goalless draw before contracting the virus over the weekend.
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However, the report added that the rest of the Spain squad tested negative for the virus which is a cheering news for all Spaniards ahead of their campaign for the EURO 2020.
On Tuesday, June 8, Spain will be facing Lithuania in another international friendly game which will be their last tie before facing Sweden in opening encounter in the European championship.
The Spanish Football chiefs explained that preparations for the EURO 2020 will continue as they wished their captain Sergio quick recovery.
“The RFEF regrets to announce that its captain Sergio Busquets has given a positive result in the last PCR test that was carried out this morning on the national team in Las Rozas.
“The rest of the members have all tested negative.”
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how players of Spanish side Real Madrid were told by their captain Sergio Ramos not to accept pay cut from the club’s chiefs this summer as Los Blancos are preparing for next season.
At the just concluded season in Europe, Real Madrid failed to retain their League title losing it to city rivals Atletico Madrid on the final day.
Zinedine Zidane has left his position as the coach at Real Madrid and the Frenchman has been replaced with former coach Carlo Ancelotti who dumped Premier League side Everton.
Real Madrid chiefs have talked to their players for their weekly salaries to be cut down, but Sergio Ramos is said to have told them their plans.