Sports L1: MESSI Negative Tested at Covid-19 and Back to Paris

02:40  06 january  2022
02:40  06 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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ionel Messi has been pictured boarding a flight back to France after finally testing negative for Covid - 19 . The Paris Saint-Germain striker was diagnosed with coronavirus during his winter break in his hometown of Rosario, Argentina . The scenario led to speculation over where the 34-year-old caught the virus and a local DJ, Fer Palacio, was forced to deny his responsibility after attending a Christmas party with Messi and Messi had provided fans with a positive update on his condition after news of his Covid infection broke. “ I can only give thanks for everything that I had to live in this 2021,” he said.

Leo Messi is on his way back to Paris and in contention to be included in Mauricio Pochettino’s PSG squad for the Ligue 1 clash with Lyon on Sunday after returning a negative covid - 19 test . Messi was diagnosed with coronavirus while on holiday in Argentina during the Christmas break but returned a negative test early on Wednesday and boarded a flight back to the French capital to rejoin PSG training, according to Argentinean media. Messi had been in isolation in his home country since testing positive for covid - 19 at the start of January and was unable to leave Argentina until he had returned a

La star du Paris SG Lionel Messi embarque pour son vol de retour vers Paris, le 5 février 2022 à l'aéroport de Rosario (Argentine) © Str The star of the Paris SG Lionel Messi embark for his return flight to Paris, February 5, 2022 at Rosario Airport (Argentina)

The attacker of Paris SG Lionel Messi, recently touched by Covid-19 in Argentina, was negative tested and was able to return to Paris, announced his club on Wednesday.

"The test performed by Leo Messi was negative to Covid-19. He arrived in Paris and he will resume with the group in the coming days," said the Paris club in a statement.

The seventy gold balloon had been tested positive at COVID-19 during his holidays in Argentina, a test revealed by the PSG Sunday.

"When it will be negative, it will be able to return to France," coached the coach Mauricio Pochettino before the Parisian match in the Cup of France.

The PSG did not specify whether the Argentine, return to Paris, would be available for the Ligue 1 match in Lyon Sunday (20:45).

The Capital Club is a victim, like many others, the new wave of contaminations. The latest, announced Wednesday concerns Defender Layvin Kurzawa.

Juan Bernat, Sergio Rico, Gianluigi Donarumma, Danilo Pereira and the young Nathan Bitumazala had also been positive tested in recent days.


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