VALENCIA (SPAIN) – 35% of the Valencia group that played in Milan against Atalanta on February 19 for the first knockout round of the Champions League tested positive for the Coronavirus test.
Alessandro Florenzi, who did not take the field either on the first leg or on the return, was negative for the buffer instead. The Spanish company communicates it with a note.
Valencia: "35% of the players in our squad have been infected with the coronavirus after the Milan game against Atalanta".
"Despite the rigid measures adopted by the club – it is written in the press release – after playing a Champions League game in Milan, an area confirmed at high risk by the Italian authorities days later, the latest results show that the exposure linked to the matches has caused about 35% of positive cases ".
"They are all asymptomatic cases – it is specified – and all the infected are in their homes with medical monitoring and isolation measures".
In recent days the club had announced the contagions of the players Garay, Gaya and Mangala, the doctor and a staff member, now there are nine other cases, even if no names are mentioned (source Ansa).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano