Poland’s preparations for his or her conflict with England have been thrown into chaos, with information of a COVID-19 outbreak inside their squad.
Poland’s chief media officer and staff supervisor Jakub Kwiatkowski has revealed on Twitter that FOUR gamers have now examined optimistic for coronavirus forward of the sport.
Leeds midfielder Mateusz Klich examined optimistic for COVID final week, with back-up goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski then additionally withdrawing from the staff.
And now Kwiatkowski has confirmed Lokomotiv Moscow midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak and 20-year-old defender Kamil Piątkowski have each additionally examined optimistic, in addition to Kwiatkowski himself.
Poland are set to tackle England at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday in a World Cup qualifier and are already with out star man Robert Lewandowski by damage.
Contact has been made with UEFA to find out whether or not the sport will go forward as deliberate, with the Poles but to journey to London.
“The Polish nationwide staff has undergone additional assessments for the presence of coronavirus,” Kwiatkowski tweeted on Tuesday.
“Sadly, the outcomes of Grzegorz Krychowiak and Kamil Piątkowski are optimistic.
“Attributable to the truth that Krychowiak is a recovering man [from injury], we began talks with UEFA with a view to make clear the matter and admit [play] the match.”
He added: “Sadly, my take a look at outcome was optimistic as properly. The remaining members of the coaching employees had damaging outcomes.”