"Marca" reported that Real Madrid ushered in good news. Their midfielder Erdgau tested negative for the second consecutive new crown virus test. He has returned to the team to participate in joint training. He can play against Real this weekend. Betis's game.
After a 0-0 draw with Real Sociedad last weekend, Erdgau tested positive for the new crown, and then Erdgau did two more nucleic acid tests to determine whether he was really infected with the new crown virus. During this period, Erdgau has been in personal isolation, just in case.
The rest of Real Madrid players and coaching staff have also undergone nucleic acid tests, and the results are all negative. And Erdgau has been tested and confirmed that there is no problem with his body.