EURO 2020 players affected by COVID-19

With just two days until the start of the tournament, several players have contracted the Covid-19 virus, which has created complications in the preparatory camps.

Diego Llorente

Diego Llorente has become the second Spanish player infected with the coronavirus ahead of the European Championship.   -  Getty Images

The European Championships is set to kick off on June 11 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome when Italy takes on Turkey.

The tournament is set to take place in 11 major cities across a month's time in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. The 16th edition of the Euros were postponed from 2020 after the virus outbreak in March last year led to a worldwode lockdown.

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With just two days until the start of the tournament, several players have contracted the Covid-19 virus, which has created complications in the preparatory camps.

These are the players who have tested positive for the virus so far.

1. Jasper Cillessen (Netherlands) - May 28, Withdrawn

2. John Fleck (Scotland) - June 1

3. Sergio Busquets (Spain) - June 6

4. Dejan Kulusevski (Sweden) - June 8

5. Mattias Svanberg (Sweden) - June 8

6. Diego Llorente (Spain) - June 8

7. Andrey Mostovoy (Russia) - June 11

8. Joao Cancelo (Portugal) - June 13

9. Denis Vavro (Slovakia) - June 17

10. Billy Gilmour (Scotland) - June 21

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Updated on June 21

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