Manchester United reported more cases of coronavirus after the team returned to training.
The club had closed the first-team training areas earlier this week after recording a number of positives, which also caused the postponement of his scheduled trip to Brentford.
However, the players returned to Carrington on Wednesday, stripped of those who tested positive.
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And now more positive cases have been recorded, putting Ralph Rangnick’s team’s upcoming Premier League match against Brighton into doubt.
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The Covid-19 outbreak caused the visitor team to cancel at the last minute on the day the UK recorded its highest number of daily positive tests.
The Premier League also had its biggest return from the latest round of testing, with 42 players and staff testing positive in the seven days leading up to Monday 13 December.
As the more portable version of Omicron begins to wreak havoc on the festive football match schedule and more widely, the Premier League has announced a return to ’emergency measures’ this week.
Players will now undergo more regular testing and face some restrictions on social interaction, including distancing and wearing masks.
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