Juventus national football player Federico Bernardeschi (Federico Bernardeschi) has tested positive for the coronavirus and is already the sixth infected player in the Italian national team.
The defending Serie A club in Turin announced on Tuesday that the 27-year-old attacker was his second person in isolation. Earlier, Leonardo Bonucci tested positive, while city rival Torino said on Monday that one of his unnamed players also had the coronavirus.
The Italian national team had participated in three World Cup qualifiers in the past two weeks, and then it was discovered that PSG’s Cagliari goalkeeper Alessandro Florenzi, Paris Saint-Germain defender and Marco Veratti were also infected. To Ethiopia. Last Wednesday, four professionals on the team fell ill and received positive tests.
As a precaution, the leading Sassuolo left the national team’s Gian Marco Ferrari, Manuel Locatelli, Domenico Bellardi and Fériguez in the game against Rome on Saturday. Ronchesco Caputo.
In Italy, the epidemic has killed 110,000 people since February last year, ranking second in Europe after the United Kingdom. According to the latest data, hundreds of people in Italy are still dying from the coronavirus infection.