In a statement released by La Liga side Valencia, more than a third of their playing and backroom staff have tested positive for the coronavirus.
La Liga side Valencia have said more than 35% of their players and backroom staff have tested positive for the coronavirus but that all cases were currently asymptomatic.
The club had reported five cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, with Argentina’s Ezequiel Garay and France’s Eliaquim Mangala both confirming they were among those who had contracted the virus.
“Several further tests for the COVID-19 coronavirus amongst Valencia coaching staff and players have come back positive,” the club said in a statement
Valencia travelled to Milan last month for a Champions League match against Atalanta, which was played in front of a packed San Siro stadium, before restrictions were placed on sports events in Italy, the worst-hit country in Europe.