Stoke have confirmed chief Michael O'Neill has tested positive for coronavirus

Stoke have confirmed chief Michael O’Neill has tested positive for coronavirus

The Potters were because of increase their arrival to activity in a benevolent against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men.

Be that as it may, the game was canceled with an individual from the Stoke crew, presently affirmed to being previous Northern Ireland supervisor O’Neill, restoring a positive test for the infection.

A club articulation read: “Stoke City can affirm that chief Michael O’Neill has tried positive for the Covid-19 infection following the most recent round of testing on Monday (June 8).

“O’Neill had tried negative in the past five rounds of testing.

“He will presently follow the pertinent direction and experience a time of segregation, while proceeding to be in normal virtual contact with his instructing staff and players.

“Aide supervisor Billy McKinlay will assume responsibility for preparing as the Potters get ready for their game against Reading on June 20.

“The club will offer no further remark on this issue.”

Man Utd were wanting to have Stoke at their Carrington preparing ground in front of the Premier League’s proposed profit to activity for June 17.

The Red Devils had partaken in an intra-crew amicable throughout the end of the week – and Tuesday night’s down would have been the first including another group since March.

On Tuesday evening, United affirmed none of their players had been placed at serious risk.

Players started to show up around 10am and Stoke’s star showed up independently via vehicle – as had their United partners.

When the news got through the game was quickly canceled and manager Solskjaer rather sorted out an intra-crew practice game.

It is comprehended that none of the Stoke players went into any territories where their Premier League adversaries were based because of conventions set up.

The Stoke players promptly left Carrington while never coming into contact with United players.