Lionel Messi positive for COVID-19 | They reveal the details of the health condition of the footballer in Paris Saint-Germain | Argentina NCZD DTBN | Total Sports

Lionel Messi positive for COVID-19 |  They reveal the details of the health condition of the footballer in Paris Saint-Germain |  Argentina  NCZD DTBN |  Total Sports

Lionel Messi He did not return to France on the Angel Di Maria and Leandro Paredes flight after spending the end of the year in Argentina and attracting worldwide attention. What is more, Paris Saint-Germain It has officially announced that four of its players have tested positive for COVID-19 Finally, it was confirmed this Sunday that “the Flea” is one of them.

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“The four players who are positive for Covid-19 are Leo Messi, Juan Bernat, Sergio Rico and Nathan Petumazala. They are currently respecting isolation and subject to the corresponding health protocol.”, the Parisian team reported through an official statement.

Before all this was known, Lionel Messi He had posted an emotional message at the end of the year on his social networks. “I can only be thankful for all that I had to live with in 2021. Even more so when so many people were having a really bad time because of the mysterious virus that never ends.”were his words. At the time, he already had the coronavirus in his body, because he was going to get infected at his nephew Thomas’ party last Saturday, December 25.

How is Lionel Messi?

According to Olé newspaper, “At first he hit him hard and handed him over in the early days. Now he is more recovered, already without diseases (which were not serious) and is studying the last days. That is why, after that ceremony, there were no festive family photos, other than her message”.

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It is worth noting that Lionel Messi’s return to Argentina occurred in a scenario in which injuries are increasing. On January 1, for example, 20,020 new cases and 12 deaths were confirmed.

Paris Saint-Germain misses Lionel Messi

The Parisian team will not be able to count on its big star in the match against Vanes for the Coupe de France on Monday, January 3rd, and most likely will not be in its rendezvous with Olympique Lyon next Sunday.

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