Reports coming from the Spanish La Liga giants camp is that five players in Barcelona have tested positive to coronavirus, the five players were, however, not named but it is understood they tested positive for the disease back when the coronavirus crisis first started. Neither of the five players showed any symptoms and were only made aware to the fact they had the disease once they underwent tests.
Outside of the five Barcelona players who tested positive to the cononavirus there are also reports that two members of staff are also believed to have tested positive for coronavirus but the Catalan giants felt it was the responsibility of La Liga to make that information public, reports AS.
The five Barcelona players who tested positive to the coronavirus will be more prone to injury when the league resumes on the 11th of this month, the players, however, underwent treatment and are fine and back with other players but chances are that they will be more injury-prone.
With the Spanish La Liga set to restart with Sevilla hosting Real Beltis in the first game since lock-down and Barcelona will take on Real Mallorca two days after Andalusian derby. Barcelona is two points ahead of Real Madrid who is in the second place position despite losing to Los Blancos shortly before lockdown. Spain has been one of the worst-hit nations by the global pandemic with around 240,000 confirmed cases and over 27,000 deaths.