Real Madrid officially announced that the latest new crown test results of the club's first team players and coaches are all negative. Earlier, Western media had stated that Erdgau was infected with the new coronavirus.
Earlier, according to Spanish Radio Zero and Serre Radio, Real Madrid midfielder Erdgor was infected with the new crown virus. In the match between Real Madrid and Real Sociedad two days ago, Erdgau made his first battle.
After returning to Madrid, the Real Madrid team was tested and Erdgau's test result was positive. Real Madrid needs to recheck him to confirm that he is indeed infected.
Radio Zero stated that this is because there have been many "false positives" before, and Erdgau is currently quarantining at home.
According to the latest news from Real Madrid, there is no infection in the first team, which means Erdgau is not infected. He will be able to continue playing in the next games.