Dutch champions Ajax players and staff have been found to have antibodies to COVID-19 after tests in June.
De Telegraaf announced 13 cases for the Eredivisie champions and then Ajax confirmed a number of players and staff had coronavirus.
According to the newspaper, Out of around 90 tests which were conducted in June, Thirteen people were found to have antibodies to COVID-19.
Ajax’s first-team squad members and coaches, Jong Ajax and personnel involved with both teams have been screened for antibodies and continue to undergo frequent coronavirus tests.
De Telegraaf was told by Miel Brinkhuis, head of communications at Ajax, that these regulations mean that there are no existing COVID-19 cases within Erik ten Hag’s squad.
“It is true that a number of players and staff members have had the coronavirus,” he said while declining to confirm the identity or number of cases for legal reasons.
“I want to emphasize that there is currently no one with corona and – except Andre Onana, who has mild ankle complaints – everyone was present on the training on Tuesday.”