Seville, Aug 1 (EFE) .- The Sevilla players returned to work this Saturday in their sports city before next Tuesday they travel to Germany, where on Thursday they will play against Roma in a single match in the knockout round of 16 Europa League.
The team’s coach, Julen Lopetegui, in a morning session to avoid as much as possible the high temperatures that are registered these days in the Andalusian capital, worked with his footballers on the main field of the sports facility, which they attended To witness the trainings, the president of the club, José Castro, and the vice president, José María Del Nido Carrasco.
Sevilla reported in a statement that this was the penultimate session of the week before looking directly at the Europa League round of 16 match to be played on Thursday at the MSV Arena in Duisburg.
The squad already worked last Thursday and Friday after players, coaching staff and employees underwent a third consecutive coronavirus test with negative results with the exception of Serbian midfielder Nemanja Gudelj.
After 48 hours of forced stoppage due to the positive given by the Serbian, the team resumed their training on Thursday afternoon with the absence of Gudelj, who is quarantined at his home, and also that of the Portuguese winger Rony Lopes, on loan to the OGC Nice French.
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