Bournemouth shot stopper Aaron Ramsdale has become the second Premier League star to share his testing positive for coronavirus.
This was confirmed after the Premier League said two more players or staff had tested positive in the second round of 996 tests after an initial six people tested positive in the first round of tests.
It took the total to eight positive cases in the top flight and Ramsdale being asymptomatic believes he might have contacted the virus while visiting the supermarket. He has now began the mandatory seven-day period of self-isolation in line with official guidelines.
Speaking with The Sun Ramsdale said:
“It’s definitely a shock — I’ve not been in contact with anybody and I’ve now got it,
“I’m showing no symptoms so the fact that a healthy young person could potentially have it is definitely scary and worrying.
“There are other people who have had it and other people will get it so there’s obviously nothing to be ashamed of.”