All eyes on Germany
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urgen Klopp hopes the Bundesliga will have a smooth return to action next weekend. However, the prospects are cut short by Saturday's testing at the Dynamo Dresden club, where the entire group was placed in a two-week quarantine. COVID-19 was tested on Friday evening, with 2 positive cases. The local health authority ordered the players to move immediately to home isolation.
"The Dresden case is not a reason to question the restart of the second highest German league," said Christian Seifert, CEO of the Bundesliga.
However, Siefert's optimism runs counter to the opinion of Dresden sports director Ralf Ming, who pointed out that his club will not be able to meet for a second meeting with Hannover 96 next weekend. We are in constant contact with the health authorities and the DFL so that we can coordinate the next steps, "said Minge.
It shows how fragile the current situation is.