• May 11, 2021

Tottenham, Man United Match Will Hold, Despite COVID-19 Scare

(AGENDAWATCHDOG) – Tottenham do not fear that their Premier League Project Restart opener against Manchester United is under threat due to coronavirus.

Spurs played fellow Premier League side Norwich on Friday, a day before the league announced that there had been two more positive tests for covid-19 from the latest round of testing.

One of the positive tests came from a player who played against Mourinho’s side in the behind-closed-doors friendly match.

The player, who has remained unnamed, is now observing a seven day isolation and will miss the Canaries’ first match back from the lockdown against Southampton on Friday.

Tottenham are preparing for their opener against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United and insisted that they have no fears that the match could be postponed – as both sets of players adhered to the social distancing guidelines.

Spurs explained that the player who returned the positive test confirmed he did not breach any of the rules and have close contact with a Tottenham player. 

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