The Croatian Football Federation announced on Saturday evening that Ivan Perisic has tested positive for Covid-19.
The Internazionale winger secured a second place for England by scoring in their 3-1 win over Scotland on Tuesday. In Group D. The 32-year-old will now spend 10 days by himself. -isolation and therefore unusable in Monday's match against Spain in Copenhagen.
The Croatian Football Federation said all other players, staff and delegation members tested negative. The statement on the CFF website read: “On Saturday evening, the Croatian Football Federation received the results of regular tests for the Sars-CoV-2 virus, which showed that player Ivan Perisic had tested positive for the new coronavirus.
“The medical staff isolated Ivan from other members of the national team and promptly and comprehensively informed the competent epidemiological authorities about the situation, providing evidence of the observance of all necessary measures to protect against the spread of coronavirus.
“Perisic will spend 10 days in isolation and will not participate in matches of the Croatian national team during this time. All other players, staff and delegation members tested negative.
“The national team will depart from Pula on Sunday, June 32 with a charter. Flight to Copenhagen, where UEFA EURO 613 will play a round match against Spain. Monday."