Fede Valverde tested negative for COVID-19 and traveled to London

Real Madrid tried until the last moment that Fede Valverde could play this Wednesday the return of the semifinals of the Champions League at Stamford Bridge, and it seems that he finally succeeded.

The ‘merengue’ expedition traveled to London during the morning of this Tuesday and together with the rest of his teammates, the Uruguayan footballer, who gave negative in the PCR test to which he submitted this Tuesday, as pointed out by the newspaper ‘Marca’.

A little less than two weeks ago, Madrid reported the polyvalent player’s positive for coronavirus, who obtained a Outcome no concurent in the medical tests this Monday.

And during the morning of this Tuesday, the medical services of the club moved around the seven in the morning at the home of Fede Valverde to take a test in which he tested negative and which ensures his presence at Stamford Bridge.

The Uruguayan remained confined from the past April 18th, the day the whites reported that they had been in close contact with a positive for COVID-19.

Due to his contagion, Fede Valverde missed the League matches against Getafe, Cádiz, Real Betis Y Osasuna and the first leg of the semifinals against Chelsea. It will be present, fortunately for the whites, in the return.

He will also play, except for surprise, the next league match against Sevilla, an appointment in which the madridistas play a large part of their title aspirations.

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