Paris Saint Germain announced that one of its most prominent stars had been infected with the new Corona virus, Covid 19.
While after its result was positive in the past few hours.
And Paris Saint Germain stated, through his Twitter account, that Italian Alessandro Florenzi was infected with Corona Covid 19.
The Parisian giant said in a statement :”After the last examination conducted by the Italian Florenzi, it was confirmed that he was infected with Corona virus,” .
And the official website continued, “He will be subject to the appropriate health protocol and isolate him at his home.”
The source noted, “The Italian international was isolated during the past few days as a precaution.”
And it became certain that Alessandro Florenzi will be absent from the team’s upcoming match for Paris Saint Germain against Bayern Munich.
In the match that will be held next Wednesday, in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals.
This is a strong blow to the Princes’ Garden, after it was confirmed that Marco Verratti was absent.
He was still also infected with the Corona virus.
The two players are considered one of the main pillars of the team.
And one of those with great experience that helps in such matches.
While Florenzi had moved from the Italian club, Rome, at the beginning of the current season.
But the news that will alleviate the suffering of injuries in the Parisian team is the return of Neymar .
While Neymar is expected to participate in the Pais Saint-Germain offensive line, along with Mbappe and Angel Di Maria.
While it is expected that Angel Di Maria will play the place of Mauro Icardi who is not physically ready for the match.
And Kylian Mbappe is at the attacker.
Bayern, it was confirmed the absence of the star and goal-scorer of the Polish team Robert Lewandowski.
And this is an advantage for the Parisians, because of the capabilities they possess.
The winner of the best player in the world will miss the past season.
Due to his injury and confirmation of his absence for a month.
While the Bavarians rely a lot on the integrated team system, led by Gnabry, Sani and Thomas Muller.