Eintracht have a player infected by coronavirus
The Frankfurt Eintracht has reported that a member of its staff has tested positive for coronavirus. This is the statement released by the German club: “One player complained of discomfort and displayed typical symptoms of the disease. He was tested and finally tested positive. The entire Eintracht team, as well as staff and some employees from the team’s surroundings, will soon undergo a test and will be in mandatory 14-day quarantine. “ It is the fourth positive confirmed by a player in the German league after the positives of Timo Hübers and James Horn, in the Hannover and of Luca Killian, in the Paderborn. Eintracht Frankfurt played its last Europa League game behind closed doors against Basel when the coronavirus pandemic had not caused borders to close in many European countries.