Serge Gnabry of Bayern Munich contracts Coronavirus.
Gnarby will miss the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final against Paris Saint-Germain after testing positive for coronavirus.
Head coach Hansi Flick announced earlier on Tuesday that Gnabry will most likely miss Wednesday’s game at the Allianz Arena due to a sore throat.
Bayern also revealed that the 25-year-old tested positive for COVID-19.
The holders were already without star striker Robert Lewandowski. The star striker has developed a knee injury. The club now doesn’t have any attacking pair. This resulted in 63 goals this season in all competitions.
Meanwhile, PSG announced that Marco Verratti and Alessandro Florenzi will miss the first leg due to positive coronavirus tests.
Last season’s Champions League final saw Bayern beat Paris 1-0, with Kingsley Coman scoring the game-winning goal.
Bayern will become the only second team in competition history to go 20 games unbeaten. The title is possible only if they win in the first leg.
Bayern have only won four matches. They lost five of their previous ten matches with the Ligue 1 champions in this tournament. Only Real Madrid (10) has defeated Bayern Munich more often in the competition.