Carlo Ancelotti tests positive for COVID-19, Celta Vigo Match probably to be missed

The 62-year-old’s side effects are ‘extremely light’, a Real Madrid source affirmed, with the club sure Ancelotti will actually want to return on schedule for the following week’s Champions League quarter-last first leg against Chelsea.

Carlo Ancelotti

According to firstpost.com Carlo Ancelotti has tried positive for COVID-19, Real Madrid reported on Wednesday, with the Italian liable to miss his group’s La Liga game against Celta Vigo on Saturday.

The 62-year-old’s side effects are “exceptionally light”, a Real Madrid source affirmed, with the club sure Ancelotti will actually want to return on schedule for the following week’s Champions League quarter-last first leg against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Ancelotti will return when he quits appearance. He was disconnecting at home on Wednesday to decrease the gamble of additional contaminations at the club, despite the fact that convention in Spain no longer requires individuals who test positive to hole up.

Ancelotti is bound to miss this end of the week’s association match against Celta Vigo, with his child and aide Davide prepared to step in on the sideline.

Genuine Madrid’s outing to Vigo has taken on added significance in front of the crunch game against Chelsea, after Madrid’s drubbing because of Barcelona before the worldwide break.

Something besides a success would offer new desire to Sevilla and Barca in the Spanish title race, despite the fact that Madrid have an important lead at the highest point of the table.

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