Coronavirus: Former Leeds owner Massimo Cellino confirms he has tested positive


The 63- year-old now owns Serie A side Brescia.

Former Leeds owner Massimo Cellino has exposed he and his child have tested positive for coronavirus.

The 63- year-old now owns Serie A side Brescia, based in the region of Lombardy which has been among the worst impacted locations during the pandemic.

Nevertheless, Cellino keeps he contracted the fatal infection while circumnavigating Italy, despite the fact that a rigorous lockdown has remained in location throughout the nation for more than a month.

He informed La Repubblica: “I have actually remained in Cagliari for a couple of days, after finishing 3 weeks of quarantine in Brescia.

” Then I invested Easter in Sardinia with my family, I took a private airplane and I returned. After 2 weeks of quarantine in Cagliari I went to the medical facility for checks.

” It ended up that my child had the infection, my child didn’t have it. Which I have it.

“I have excessive tiredness and severe pain in my bones. It is bad for the liver.”

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