AC Milan president says some players are recovering from coronavirus
MILAN: B.C. Milan President Paolo Scaroni has revealed that some of his squad members were still recovering from coronavirus . A series It has been suspended since mid-March, but Italian Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora said Thursday that he hoped group training could resume on May 18.
We have some infected players in the recovery process, Scaroni told local media.
Scaroni Cree Italian football must live with COVID-19 And take an example from the Bundesliga that will restart on May 16.
"We have to get used to living with the virus and this also applies to football ," he said.
It is not possible to stay still until there are zero infections. Basically, we can adopt the German formula that states that those who are sick are quarantined while their teammates continue.
Milan technical director Paolo Maldini, along with his 18-year-old son Daniel, a youth team player, have recovered from the virus.
Maldini's father and son are fine. There are players who are improving, but we want to start playing again, Scaroni said.
The Lombardy club has returned to individual training this week and expects Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic to return in the coming days.
On Thursday, Fiorentina and Sampdoria confirmed ten positive tests, seven players and three staff members, a day after Torino confirmed that a player had been infected.