There is currently nothing to worry about at Casa Milan regarding the COVID-19 emergency despite Paolo and Daniel Maldini testing positive, a report claims.
Italy continues to be the country hardest hit by the pandemic across Europe, with Sky News reporting that the death toll has risen to 4,825, with a 19% jump in deaths on Friday in comparison to Thursday.
Late on Saturday, the club confirmed in an official statement that technical director Paolo Maldini and his son Daniel have both tested positive for Coronavirus.
According to what is being reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) though, for the moment there are no critical situations at Casa Milan or at Milanello, which have been closed for some time.
The paper writes that Milan have essentially put themselves in quarantine, respecting the directives of the government. This means everybody is at home and has been for some time, without exception, and at the moment there are no symptoms in other employees and players.