Bundesliga side Hoffenheim on Wednesday became the first German top-flight club to put their squad in quarantine after four players tested positive for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours.
Germany midfielder Sebastian Rudy and Algerian forward Ishak Belfodil, plus a member of the coaching staff, have tested positive for COVID-19, Hoffenheim said Wednesday.
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It comes after Israeli striker Munas Dabbur and Danish winger Robert Skov tested positive for the virus on Tuesday with their national teams. In total, Hoffenheim has seven cases of the coronavirus after Danish forward Jacob Bruun Larsen and a club member of staff also tested positive in recent days.