Coronavirus: Arsenal confirm that manager Mikel Arteta is getting better

Coronavirus: Arsenal confirm that manager Mikel Arteta is getting better

- Coronavirus has been troubling all humans in the world

- Arsenal stated that their manager Mikel Arteta is getting better

- Arteta has been quarantined since he was tested positive

Premier League side Arsenal have confirmed that manager Mikel Arteta is now getting better after contracting the deadly coronavirus becoming the first EPL coach to be tested positive.

Football lovers were stunned when the news came last week that Mikel Arteta has coronavirus considering the threat the virus is posing on all humans in the world.

And after the ex Manchester City assistant coach was diagnosed, Mikel Arteta was quarantined and being monitored by Arsenal medical team.

Few days later, Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi was also confirmed as a carrier of coronavirus which made the Premier League body to suspend all League games.

As it stands, there is no actual date as per when the Premier League will resume although the body have proposed April as the resumption.

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“We’re pleased to say that Mikel is feeling much better. He’s in good spirits, doing detailed planning with the coaches and speaking to the players regularly,'' Arsenal explained in a statement.

This latest news is expected to give all Arsenal and Premier League fans some relief with the hopes that Mikel Arteta will get well soon.

Before he replaced Unai Emery who was fired, Mikel Arteta was given the mandate of making sure that Arsenal finish among the top four at the end of the season.

But there is not tendency for now that Arsenal would be able to make the top four when ever the League resumes.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how entire football fraternities were thrown into mourning and serious confusion following the death of Spanish football coach Francisco Garcia who died after contracting coronavirus.

The 21-year-old Spaniard is said to have been working with Portada Alta which is a club in Malaga since three years ago before he died untimely.

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According to the report on UK Sun, Garcia was first diagnosed of leukemia and was rushed to the hospital before the symptoms of coronavirus came.

He is now the first youngest victim of the deadly coronavirus which has been troubling the planet earth since December 2019.

Doctors are said to have tried all they could to save his life, but all efforts were futile.

Since the outbreak of the disease, almost 300 people are reported to have died in Spain with many still battling for survival in the hospital.

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