- Romelu Lukaku and his teammates at Inter Milan don't have Covid-19
- This was confirmed by the club who said all their players were tested negative
- Inter Milan are still in the fight for the League title this season
Italian giants Inter Milan have announced that their first team players have all been tested negative to deadly coronavirus which will come as a big relief for Antonio Conte.
Inter Milan while making this latest confirmation also stated clearly that all their players should start optional training sessions.
Coronavirus really hit Italy since January this year in which thousand of people have lost their lives due to how serious it is.
And as a result of how the virus are spreading, the authority in charge of football decided to suspend all football activities until when there will be a solution.
“FC Internazionale Milan announces that all the medical tests the first team underwent were negative. Optional individual training sessions will begin this afternoon.
“The club maintains the utmost attention to the preventive measures for the health of the players and all members of the club, in compliance with all government guidelines and the protection of public health,'' Inter Milan explained in a statement.
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Antonio Conte and his wards will now be planning to storm the League again with the aim of fighting Juventus for the title at the end.
Nigerian football star Victor Moses is also among Inter Milan squad and he has been impressive since.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Players of Spanish giants Real Madrid reportedly being cleared for possible return to training after all of them tested negative to deadly coronavirus.
Los Blancos' stars and even their manager Zinedine Zidane and other staffs are reported to have been tested on Wednesday before their results came out negative on Friday, May 8.
According to the report on ESPN, Real Madrid are now on the verge of returning to active training on Monday, May 11.
Real Madrid stars have been on lockdown at their various houses since March in which they have been training on their own.
Zinedine Zidane and his wards are aiming to win the Spanish La Liga title this season and they will face serious battle from Barcelona who are the defending champions.
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