Today, the Ligue 1 club confirmed the news that three players returned a positive Covid-19 result, meanwhile, L’Equipe also revealed who the unfortunate players were, with the trio understood to have all enjoyed a recent holiday in Ibiza.
According to L’Equipe, “Three Paris Saint-Germain players have confirmed positive Sars CoV2 tests and are subject to the appropriate health protocol,” the club said in a statement.
“All of the players and coaching staff will continue to undergo tests in the coming days.”
Paris Saint-Germain said today that two of their players had tested positive for the virus and gone into quarantine
Meanwhile, the Ligue 1 season has kicked off, PSG are yet to begin their campaign as they have been given a break following their run to last month’s Champions League final were they lost to Batern Munich by a lone goal.
Reports has it that positive tests have already disrupted the start of the new season, as the game between Marseille and St Etienne have been postponed when Marseille reported four positive tests.
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