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BERLIN (Reuters) - Bayern Munich will be without winger Serge Gnabry for their Champions League group game against Atletico Madrid on Wednesday after he tested positive for COVID-19, the German champions said on Tuesday.
The 25-year-old had earlier on Tuesday trained with the team and coach Hansi Flick had told a news conference all players were fit for the start of their title defence.
"The attacking player feels good and is quarantined at home," Bayern said in a statement.
The Bavarians, who won five trophies in 2020, including the Champions League, face the Spaniards in the first of their group matches in the competition.
(Reporting by Karolos Grohmann; Editing by Toby Davis)
Despite Gnabry infection: Bayern against Atlético take place .
FC Bayern welcomes Atlético Madrid to the Champions League opener. The game was on the brink because of a Corona case in Munich. © Provided by sport1.de Despite Gnabry infection: Bayern versus Atlético takes place The Champions League hit can rise as planned: Despite Serge Gnabry's corona infection, Group A's top duel takes place on the first group match day when defending champions FC Bayern Munich meet Atlético Madrid in the Allianz Arena.