Manchester United’s Alex Telles allowed to play after negative coronavirus test

Manchester United’s Alex Telles allowed to play after negative coronavirus test			
				 
   by Dave Filmer 
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Manchester United’s Alex Telles allowed to play after negative coronavirus test by Dave Filmer Published

Manchester United have been handed a defensive boost after seeing Alex Telles test negative for coronavirus while away on worldwide duty. Tite had called in Atlético Mineiro's Guilherme Arana as a back-up for the Manchester United player, but it now seems he won't be needed.

"Alex Telles already had the disease, was asymptomatic and with a non-transmissible condition of the virus, but he could not travel to Uruguay."
The club had issued a statement saying that they are "checking on the situation" regarding Telles and will make an assessment when the player returns back to Manchester from worldwide duty.

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"On the last examination, however, Telles' test came back negative and the defender was released for the game".

Reports in Brazil claimed that Telles had tested positive again, but he was allowed to rejoin the squad for Tuesday night's World Cup qualifier in Montevideo following a negative result.

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United's medical staff are now monitoring the situation and the news could potentially rule the summer signing out for a fortnight, with a two-week period of self-isolation required for players who test positive for the virus.

Brazilian outlet UOL, via the Metro, also report that Telles' latest test came back negative so it looks as though Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been handed a huge boost ahead of their return to league action on Saturday.

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According to the same story, Manchester United have a good relationship with Varane's representatives, Base Soccer Agency, to open the door to a potential transfer to Old Trafford.

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