Former Manchester City Coach Roberto Mancini has tested positive for Coronavirus, the FIGC announced on Friday.
The current Coach of the Italian national team is said to be asymptomatic and in isolation at home and will not be able to train his player through the period.
“As part of the periodic checks carried out by the FIGC for the members of the technical staff of the national teams in view of the upcoming commitments in UEFA competitions, the coach Roberto Mancini tested positive for COVID-19,” the FIGC said in a statement released today.
“He’s completely asymptomatic and in compliance with the provisions in force, the Azzurri technician placed himself in fiduciary isolation at his home in Rome.
“The FIGC promptly notified the competent local health authority. The coach will be able to join the national team meeting in Coverciano once the path foreseen by the FIGC’s and the UEFA’s Return to play protocols.“