PSV will test its players again for the corona virus on Monday, the Eindhovens Dagblad reports. The selection of the Eindhoven residents is plagued by infections.
Jordan Teze and Eran Zahavi had to be quarantined during the international period, missed the games against PEC Zwolle and Granada and returned to the field against Vitesse on Sunday. In the meantime, six of their colleagues had been infected. Trainer Roger Schmidt already spoke of a ‘completely uncontrollable’ contamination in the players group after the visit to Arnhem.
PSV does not rule out that Denzel Dumfries, Joël Piroe and Timo Baumgartl – their positive test came to light on Saturday and was announced on Sunday – have infected some teammates in the meantime. On Monday, a rapid test will take place at the Eindhoven residents, the ED reports. After this ‘corona lottery’, it will be determined which players will travel to Cyprus, where PSV will play the Europa League game with Omonia Nicosia on Thursday.
However, it is certain that the flush will be thin. Schmidt was only able to take five substitutions against Vitesse on Sunday: the keepers Lars Unnerstall and Vincent Müller and the field players Nick Viergever, Adrian Fein and Donyell Malen.
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