- Sierra Leone international Mustapha Bundu has tested positive for Covid-19 and will miss today’s away tie against Nordsjælland, AGF Aarhus have confirmed.
- The Danish top-flight side confirmed the news after there weekly Corona test conducted according to the Divisional Association’s guidelines.
AGF Aarhus says Bundu is in quarantine at home, and will not be available for today’s match against FC Nordsjælland and also will miss the next match which is on Sunday against Brøndby IF.
Bundu, 23, is a pivotal player for the Danish, this season he has scored ten goals in 21 appearances.
In a statement, AGF noted, “After Tuesday’s test, Bundu’s result came out as positive. He is symptom-free, and we now follow the guidelines from the Divisional Association for people who have tested positive. This means that Bundu will now stay at home for the next seven days – counting from Tuesday.”
Vi må undvære @musbundu19 i de kommende to kampe efter han er blevet testet positiv for Covid-19. Bundu – der er helt frisk og symptomfri – trækkes derfor ud af truppen i de kommende syv dage ⬇️ #ksdh https://t.co/SngbxGcqSe
— AGF (@AGFFodbold) July 22, 2020