Corona injuries in Manchester United increased to 19

Corona injuries in Manchester United increased to 19

British press reports revealed that the number of cases infected with the Corona virus within the ranks of Manchester United, whether players or employees, had risen to 19, which caused the club’s management to enter negotiations with the English Premier League to postpone next Saturday’s match against Brighton.

Manchester United will meet Brighton at 2:30 p.m. next Saturday at Old Trafford as part of the 18th round of the English Premier League for the current season 2021-2022.

And according to the newspaper “Telegraph”, there are ongoing negotiations between Manchester United and the management of the English Premier League to postpone the next match against Brighton.

The report stressed that Manchester United players infected with the new Corona virus will be tested during the next two days, and that they are currently in self-isolation to recover from the infection that they suffered.

And the English Premier League had announced the postponement of the match between Manchester United and its host Brentford, which was scheduled for today, Tuesday, due to the outbreak of infections with the Corona virus.

Manchester United had closed the team’s facilities due to the Corona focus within the team, and had been sent to the Premier League with a request to postpone its match against Brentford.

The results of a limited group of players and workers in Man United came positive this weekend, after the Norwich City match.

And the association said in a statement: “The decision came after a recommendation from the medical advisors due to the exceptional circumstances as a result of the current infections with Covid 19 within the Manchester United squad.”

And the association continued: “The activities of the first team have stopped at the club’s training headquarters to help control the spread of the virus, and reduce the risk of infection between players and crew members.”

The League announced a record 42 cases of HIV among players and crew members in league clubs, during the past week.

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