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Breaking: Four Chelsea Players Tested Positive For Covid-19

Chelsea are making all sorts of headlines with summer spending spree during this off season. However, this time they have made the top charts for some wrong reasons. Recent reports suggest that Chelsea players have fallen victims to COVID-19……..Four Chelsea Players Tested Positive For Covid-19

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With the completion of the 19/20 season, players are enjoying their well earned summer holiday after a prolonged season. But things are getting ruffled a little bit now as time goes on. According to reports in Goal, four Chelsea players have tested positive for COVID-19 and now have been forced to quarantine themselves. Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham, Christian Pulisic and Fikayo Tomori are the alleged people here.

They are self-isolating themselves, though it is unclear whether they have been tested positive or not. All the players and staffs were tested as the Blues began training last week. The club officials have handed players with the possible destinations where they can travel without having to self-isolate themselves. But it seems like many them have overlooked the suggestions.

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UK government are forcing people who travelled to high risk spots according to the government guidelines. Such was the case for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who travelled to Dubai for holidays and now face the fear of missing the start of Manchester United’s campaign. He is not only one either. As per reports, 14 players across 12 different Premier League (PL) clubs have been tested positive in the last few days, throwing a serious question over the beginning of the season in 12th September.

The recent incident has managed throw Frank Lampard’s pre-season into a bit of a disarray. They were expected to play a friendly at Brighton this weekend, which was set to be a momentous occasion. 2500 fans were aimed to be allowed to witness the match for the first time since the pandemic hit the country.

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden stated regarding the occasion, “I know fans and their teams can’t wait to be reunited in stadia across the country, but it’s imperative we take a cautious and phased approach to get fans back in safely.” But with both the clubs having Covid positive results, it looks a bit tough now. However, despite the incident Mount and Tammy are both expected to join the national side for England’s friendlies next month.

 

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