Guardiola, who traveled to Spain following his mother’s death from coronavirus this month, could be asked to isolate himself according to the guidelines of the government.

While Josep Guardiola with at least eight Manchester City players will be asked to isolate themselves for 14 days. While Josep Guardiola is still in Spain and the other eight players are at their homeland. The players who are on their Island are none except Gabriel, Jesus, Ederson, Fernandinho, Rodri, Bernardo Silva, and David Silva.

Guardiola, who also managed Barcelona and Bayern Munich and spent most of his playing career with Barca, last month donated one million euros (1.08 million dollars) to fight the virus, contributing to a campaign led by the Angel Soler Daniel Foundation and the Barcelona Medical College.

Guardiola to face self-isolation after his mother died from coronavirus

According to British The Times, Josep Guardiola and at least eight players in the current runner-up in Manchester City will find themselves in a 14-day self-isolation when they return to the UK before meeting the rest of the squad for training.

The managers of three other Premier League clubs are in the same situation, Nuno Espirito Santo of Wolverhampton Wanderers is in Portugal, Daniel Farke of Norwich City is in Germany and Ralph Hasenhuettl of Southampton is in Austria.

The managers of three other Premier League clubs are in the same situation; Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Nuno Espirito Santo is in Portugal, Norwich City’s Daniel Farke is in Germany, and Southampton’s Ralph Hasenhuettl is in Austria.

A heartfelt sympathy at this most distressing time to Guardiola, his family, and all their friends.”


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