Coronavirus: Soccer players, coaches and club members who have tested positive for COVID-19
Former Manchester United star Marouane Fellaini tested positive Sunday
The coronavirus threat hasn't only resulted in matches and competitions being suspended across the world, it's also directly impacted players, managers, federation and clubs presidents and owners who have tested positive for the virus. So far over 15 professional soccer players have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Five of the players are on Italian club Sampdoria, while the most notable cases have been Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi and Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta.
The latest development is that, becoming the third squad member to contract COVID-19.
Below is a complete list of soccer players, managers and owners that have tested positive for coronavirus. CBS Sports will update this as needed.
Atletico San Luis
- President Alberto Marrero
- Six members of the first team and from the technical staff, including player Matias Vargas
- Manager Jorge Jesus
- Patrick Cutrone
- German Pezzella
- Dusan Vlahovic
- Jannes Horn
- Timo Hubers
Japan Football Association
- President Kozo Tashima
Liga MX (Mexico)
- President Enrique Bonilla
Olympiakos (Greece) & Nottingham Forest (England)
- Owner Evangelos Mainakis
- Luca Kilian
- Omar Colley
- Albin Ekdal
- Manolo Gabbiadini
- Antonino La Gumina
- Morten Thorsby
Serbian Football Association
- President Slavisa Kokeza
- Marouane Fellaini
Swiss Football Association
- President Dominique Blanc
- Five players/staff, including Ezequiel Garay and Eliaquim Mangala
Leicester City also has three of its players in quarantine after.
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