La Gazzetta dello Sport reports three Lazio players have tested positive for coronavirus in the latest round of testing.
The COVID-19 chaos at Lazio continues and the newspaper reports the tests carried out at the Biomedical Campus in Rome on the players who had been stopped by SynLab and UEFA have revealed three positive cases.
After Ciro Immobile, Lucas Leiva and Thomas Strakosha were stopped from travelling by the UEFA ahead of the Aquile’s trip to Zenit St Petersburg in the Champions League, the COVID-19 tests have been a topic at Lazio.
The FIGC opened an investigation into the club, as the three mentioned were made available to play and negative according to the Serie A protocol when Lazio beat Torino 4-3 in the League.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims the Aquile will must notify the local health authority. The tests revealed three positive players and Luis Alberto has himself revealed he has tested negative.
Immobile, Leiva and Strakosha, Djavan Anderson and Manuel Lazzari are currently out, according to the report.
The club has not confirmed the names of the positive players and immediately tested the three positive for COVID-19 again today.