FC Barcelona first-team who were subjected to compulsory coronavirus test all turned out negative for COVID-19.
The results of the mandatory tests they took on Wednesday returned negative. The first eleven players will, therefore, begin training on Friday, as it’s been planned.
The only member of the first team squad who was not tested for Covid-19 was injured winger Ousmane Dembele, who it is understood will be checked on Monday.
The players will now start training on Friday, as it’s been planned. The first sessions will be held in small groups.
Highly reliable RAC1 report that all Barcelona players tested negative for the coronavirus.
The source adds that the Blaugrana players will start training on Friday, as it’s been planned.
There haven’t been confirmed cases of the coronavirus among Barcelona’s first-team squad. However, a couple of employees were diagnosed with the novel disease in March.
As a reminder, the Spanish Ministry of Health has allowed football to resume on the condition that all players from the first and second division are tested for COVID-19.