Coronavirus: Dybala and Paolo Maldini also test positive

Juventus and Argentina forward Paulo Dybala and former Italy captain Paolo Maldini have tested positive for coronavirus. In a message on his Instagram account, Dybala said he and his girlfriend both have the virus but were in good health. "Both Oriana and I have tested positive," Dybala, 26, said. "Luckily we are in perfect conditions." AC Milan technical director Maldini and his son Daniel both tested positive and a club statement said they "are well". The club added that Daniel Maldini, 18, had been training with the AC Milan first team and that he and his father, 51, had spent two weeks in self-isolation at home and would remain in quarantine "until clinically recovered". Dybala is the third Juve player to be confirmed to have the virus, following

Coronavirus: Lukaku reveals annoying thing self-isolation is doing to him

Romelu Lukaku seems to be having a difficult time in self-isolation The Inter Milan forward says he almost went crazy one day All football activities in Italy have been suspended as coronavirus continues to ravage the country Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku has decried what self-isolation is doing to him saying he almost went crazy one day, GOAL reports. All players in Italy have been ordered into self-quarantine as the rampaging coronavirus continue to maim people in Italy with over 3,400 dead in the country. Italy has now recorded more deaths that China and the second most hit country due to the infection. "I almost went crazy one day. I can't go out, I can't go shopping. I'm locked up in the house. I miss everyday

England, France, Spain and Italian Leagues were postponed due to Covid-19

The English Premier League -- the world's richest top-flight division -- has been hit by the decision to postpone all professional football in England until early April due to the coronavirus outbreak. "The FA, Premier League, EFL and FA Women's Super League and FA Women's Championship have collectively agreed to postpone the professional game in England until Friday 3 April at the earliest," said a statement on the Football Association's website. "This action, which will be kept under constant review, has been taken due to the increasing numbers of clubs taking steps to isolate their players and staff because of the Covid-19 virus." Friday's decision came after a number of Premier League clubs, players and managers were impacted by COVID-19. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is self-isolating after testing positive, the

Confusion: Italian sport minister suspend Seria A

Serie A match in Italy was delayed after the country's sport minister called for the suspension of all Serie A games due to the coronavirus outbreak. Vincenzo Spadafora posted a statement on Facebook saying it didn't make sense for matches in Italy's top-flight league to continue while the country struggles to contain the virus. The news sparked confusion with the game between Parma and Spal just minutes from kick off. Players were already in the tunnel and about to walk onto the pitch but were requested to return to the dressing room by the referee. The match at the Ennio Tardini Stadium eventually kicked off 75 minutes later. Sport events in the country are already being played behind closed doors as Italy's government scrambles to get to grips with