The Brazilian midfielder Carlos Henrique Casemiro and the Belgian striker Eden Hazard have tested positive for coronavirus, his club, the Real MadridTherefore, they will not be able to participate in next Sunday’s game against Valencia or in those of their respective national teams.
“Real Madrid CF announces that our players Casemiro and Hazard have given positive results in the COVID-19 tests carried out yesterday Friday morning,” the white entity confirmed this Saturday in a statement.
In addition, he informed that all the other players and the coaching staff of the first team, as well as all the employees of the club “who work directly with them”, gave “negative results” in that same test performed on Friday.
All of them underwent new tests this Saturday, and, with the exception of Casemiro and Hazard, returned “to test negative for antigens”.
In this way, both the Brazilian and the Belgian will miss the LaLiga Santander game this Sunday against Valencia at Mestalla, and They will not be able to attend with their respective teams to participate in the qualifying matches for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.