Former Manchester Metropolis midfielder David Silva has examined optimistic for coronavirus.
Silva departed Metropolis following their exit from the Champions League and introduced a transfer again to Spain, becoming a member of Actual Sociedad on a free switch.
The 34-year-old has examined optimistic for COVID-19 however just isn’t displaying any signs and is self-isolating.
Information comes simply hours after fellow Sociedad ahead Mikel Oyarzabal was pressured to withdraw from Spain’s squad for his or her Nations League fixtures after additionally testing optimistic.
“I wish to talk that I’ve obtained a optimistic consequence from my final take a look at,” Oyarzabal, who has received seven caps, wrote on Instagram. “I’ve to be at residence for a number of days and I will not have the ability to go to the nationwide crew.”
Silva was not named in Luis Enrique’s squad.
Silva outlined his ambitions at Sociedad after finishing his transfer again to La Liga.
He mentioned: “I’ve excessive expectations by way of the soccer we’ll be taking part in and I believe we will compete for silverware.
“I have been fortunate sufficient to win quite a lot of issues in my profession. I am very aggressive and I will try to do the identical right here as a result of that is why I have been introduced in.”