Also in this global break, Tottenham forward Son Heung-min was forced to quarantine in a hotel after six of his South Korea team-mates caught the virus.
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Mourinho admitted earlier this month he was fearing the worst once again and expecting only "negative things" to come from the round of worldwide football and suffered a huge blow with Ireland's Matt Doherty testing positive for coronavirus.
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The side will next take on Manchester City on Saturday, November 21. "After another training session with only six players, it is now time to take care of myself", Mourinho wrote on Instagram.
Speaking during the current round of Nations League, World Cup and Africa Cup of Nations fixtures, Mourinho noted with irony the different protocols in place for covid-19 safety when players are with their national teams instead of their clubs.
But a new round of test results, released Monday, found no additional players and only one more staffer was positive, meaning South Korea have more than the minimum requirement of 13 players available. Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola's team are second and hoping to cut the gap between them and the teams above them.More news: New iPhone 12 display issues have caught Apple's attention