The German team will host Paris Saint-Germain next Wednesday, 7, for the first match of the quarterfinals of the Champions League
After losing Robert Lewandowski by contusion, the Bayern Munchen will have another casualty for the match in front of the Paris Saint Germain, scheduled for this Wednesday, 7, starting at 4 pm (Brasília time), at the Allianz Arena, valid for the first round of the quarterfinals of the Europe Champions League. This is German Serge Gnabry, striker who felt sore throat and tested positive for new coronavirus, this morning.
“Serge Gnabry tested positive for the coronavirus. The Bayern striker is feeling well and is now quarantined at home ”, the club announced in a statement, which will also not be able to count on the player, who is on the coach’s team Hansi Flick, in the clash back against PSG, scheduled for next Tuesday, 13, in Parque dos Princes. Whoever advances, will face the winner of Manchester City vs Borussia Dortmund in the semifinal.
In a press conference, Hansi Flick admitted that he should put Chupo-Moting, a former PSG striker, in charge of the attack against the Parisian team. “Poplar is an important player for us. He showed his quality in Leipzig. He is also important because he is a good guy, and we are happy to have him here ”, said the coach, referring to the athlete’s performance in the 1-0 victory over RB Leipzig, last weekend, for the Championship German.