Sead Kolasinac: Bosnia-Herzegovina and Arsenal defender tests positive for Covid-19

Sead Kolasinac played 90 minutes full time for Bosnia-Herzegovina against the Netherlands on Sunday in the Nations League
Sead Kolasinac Arsenal Defender has tried positive for Covid-19 while on global obligation, the Bosnia-Herzegovina Football Federation has reported.

Kolasinac will currently miss Wednesday’s Nations League coordinate with Italy.

The 27-year-old played the full an hour and a half of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s destruction to the Netherlands on Sunday.

He is the second Arsenal player to test positive this week, after Egypt midfielder Mohamed Elneny.

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It implies Kolasinac could now miss Arsenal’s Premier League game at Leeds on Sunday (16:30 GMT) and an Europa League tie in Norway against Molde on 26 November (17:55).

Contingent upon when he is cleared after a negative Covid-19 test, Kolasinac could likewise miss Arsenal’s home match against Wolves on 29 November.

The previous Schalke safeguard has shown up in all rivalries for the Gunners this season, however just one of those has been in the Premier League.

Kolasinac’s worldwide partner Ibrahim Sehic has likewise restored a positive test and will miss Wednesday’s conflict with Italy in Sarajevo.

 

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