Inter defender Milan Skriniar has returned to Milan but he still tests positive for Covid-19.
The Slovakia defender had tested positive for Coronavirus while on International duty with his national team earlier this month.
He had spent two weeks in quarantine in his native country and made return to Milan two days ago.
Once in Italy, he immediately had a new swab test which, however, came back positive once again, according to multiple reports in Italy.
The 25-year-old is reported to have a low viral load but he can’t play any competitive game until he tests negative.
Skriniar will train alone until he recovers from the virus. He can be eligible to play if he tests negative 48 hours before a Serie A game or 24 hours prior to the kick off of a Champions League match.
The former Samp star will therefore miss tomorrow's Serie A game against Parma.