Several club players are out on international duty with there respective nations. There is high expectations on various club coaches. To receive their respective players. Come August for premier league commitments without injuries.
Already Manchester United have been on the receiving end. As Greenwood was returned to Old Trafford after picking up underlying injury. So is Scotland now hit hard with an injury, to Chelsea star Gilmore.
As per the Sun, Chelsea star Billy Gilmore has tested positive for covid-19. He has been diagnosed with the illness. Days after facing the Three Lions at Wembley the other day. Gilmore is currently isolating for ten days.
There are fears that England players may have contacted the infections. But have all returned a negative result. And were in full training yesterday. It's not clear as well when Billy Gilmore contacted the virus.
But was seen hugging several Chelsea teammates as England played Scotland. Both Chilwel and Mount were seen in contact, with the player after the match. While Scotland manager, Steve Clarke was also seen hugging, the man of the match after the game.
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