Tottenham Hotspur have discharged an announcement demanding that arrangements for Friday’s Premier League match against Manchester United will proceed, regardless of their gathering with a Norwich City player who has tried positive for COVID-19.
Spurs lost 2-1 to the Canaries in an in secret agreeable match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Anyway a player from the meeting group, was affirmed as one of two to test positive for Coronavirus, when the most recent bunch of testing results were discharged on Saturday.
With the player presently set to detach for seven days, it has driven some to hypothesis that Spurs players would likewise need to separate under the track and follow rules.
Anyway Spurs state that isn’t the situation, as their crew weren’t in close contact with the Norwich player.
“Close contacts have been defined by the government as being within two metres of a confirmed case for 15 minutes or more,” Tottenham said in a statement.
“The Norwich player in question confirmed he had no ‘close contacts’ with our team and our squad also verified this.
“Our testing has continued to return only negative results for Covid-19 since one positive reading was confirming almost two weeks ago.”