Coronavirus: Real Madrid players quarantined after a member of the Spanish club’s basketball team tested positive


Real Madrid’s football players have been placed in quarantine after a member of the Spanish club’s basketball team, who they share a training ground with, tested positive for the coronavirus.

Both the football and basketball teams were told to self-isolate for a period of 15 days.

A club statement read: “Real Madrid C. F. announces that a member of our basketball first team has tested positive for coronavirus,”

“The recommendation of remaining in quarantine has been followed with immediate effect, with this measure applied to both the basketball and football first teams, given that the two squads share the facilities at Real Madrid City.

In addition, a decision has been made to close our training ground and it is recommended that all Real Madrid staff who work at Real Madrid City remain in quarantine.”


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