Serie A, the buffers continue: Donnarumma still negative | News

Serie A, the buffers continue: Donnarumma still negative | News
Serie A, the buffers continue: Donnarumma still negative | News

Half A league under check of the National. After the blue outbreak with the positivity of Bonucci and several other staff members, clubs continue to shake for their returning members from Coverciano. The Sassuolo has chosen not to deploy the players involved in the various national teams in order not to risk anything, while the other clubs have decided to subject their members to continuous swabs and the results are starting to arrive. The molecular negative of Donnarumma, Sticks, Sensi and Stretcher.

Napoli has already made Lorenzo Insigne, Alex Meret and Giovanni Di Lorenzo perform two quick swabs (one even in Autogrill), all of which gave negative results. Now the Neapolitans are waiting for the results of the molecular made at dawn around 6. For Crotone, which will face Gattuso’s team, no problem since they had no players attached to the national team.

Apparently low risk also for Atalanta-Udinese (Pessina and Toloi, but the defender has already had the virus) and Lazio-Spezia (Acerbi, Lazzari and Immobile negative after yesterday’s buffer), while the derby of Mole and Sassuolo-Rome are worrying . The Juventus in blue were, in addition to Bonucci, Chiellini, Chiesa and Bernardeschi and with Mancini there were also Mandragora, Sirigu and Belotti, while there are 9 players from Sassuolo (who will in any case be excluded as a precaution from the game) and Rome ( who will remain in the home-sports center ‘bubble’ for two weeks) returned from the national team: Ferrari, Spinazzola, Mancini, Cristante, Locatelli, Berardi, Pellegrini, Ricci and El Shaarawy (the latter 3 already positive in the past). No player interested in Benevento-Parma, while Cagliari-Verona and only Genoa-Fiorentina have only Cragno, Biraghi and Castrovilli to monitor.


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