Covid-19 pandemic has taken much effect on players as well as staff members in most football clubs. As Tottenham this week saw UEFA Conference League group stage game against Rennes postponed.
After seven players and few staff members returned positive Covid-19 tests. And that ensured the premier league encounter this weekend against Brighton was as well postponed.
Now as per Sunsport, Manchester United have been reported to suffer the same fate. Number of players affected hasn't been revealed of yet. Not long now as Aston Villa have emerged the latest club to suffer a similar fate of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Villa have been reported to have closed there training ground on Sunday due to the outbreak. With now fear of mid-week premier league fixture away to Norwich City being on the verge of postponement.
As pet the Athletic the club decided to cancel Sunday recovery session at Bodymoor Heath despite that one player has contacted the virus. But staff members at their training group have as well tested positive.
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