Tottenham are training as usual ahead of Premier League return against Manchester United, despite Norwich star tests positive for COVID-19 after having played against them in the friendly
- Tottenham are in training despite a Norwich player tests positive for Covid-19
- Unnamed Canary star has played in a friendly match against the Spurs Friday
- Norwich have said that the positive test has no consequences for Tottenham
- The Spurs are due to take on Manchester United on Friday, following football is back
- Here’s how to help the people affected by Covid-19
Tottenham have confirmed their preparations for Friday’s clash against Manchester United will continue as usual despite a Norwich player tests positive for Covid-19.
Clubs played Friday in a friendly atmosphere involving the player, doubts about Spurs ‘ plans for the Restart Project.
Norwich say that it is self-isolate for a week while the positive test has no consequences for Tottenham.
Tottenham are in training, as usual, in spite of a Norwich player tests positive for Covid-19
A spokesman for Tottenham said: “We continue to work within the strict guidelines set out by the Premier League to ensure we avoid any risk of spreading someone else should the test is positive, including the practice of the social distance, so no “close contacts” are created, which has been defined by the Government as being at least two metres of a confirmed case for 15 minutes or more.
‘This means that no other member of the team or staff should be forced to self-isolate, other than the person who returns a positive test result and of their family members.
“The Norwich player in question has confirmed that he had no “close contact” with our team yesterday and our team has also verified this.
José Mourinho’s side limped into the enforced disappearance of break with a series of six matches without a win
Ben Davies said that the shock return against United is crucial to finish the season on a high
“Our tests have continued to go back to only negative results from Covid since a positive reading has been confirmed nearly two weeks.’
The defender Ben Davies accepted the return of the clash against united is crucial to their hopes of finishing the season on a high.
The Spurs are in eighth place, four points adrift of the fifth placed United and three behind Chelsea in fourth.
José Mourinho’s side limped into the enforced disappearance of pause on the back of a series of six matches without victory in all competitions, culminating in a 4-0 aggregate defeat by RB Leipzig in the Champions League last-16.
Davies told Spurs ‘official website:” It is a huge game in our season. If we start on the front foot, he can really give us a great platform and the confidence to push on the rest of the season.’
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