Alex Telles exams constructive for COVID-19, therefore absence from Manchester United’s matches towards Chelsea and RB Leipzig

Alex Telles has examined constructive for COVID-19, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has now revealed.

The £13million signing from Porto made his first few appearances for Manchester United after signing on deadline day, however has been an unexplained absentee for the previous week.

Man United signed Alex Telles on deadline day

Telles missed Saturday’s 0-Zero Premier League draw at residence to Chelsea and Wednesday night time’s 5-Zero Champions League win over RB Leipzig.

Now, Solskjaer has defined that the explanation for that is he examined constructive for COVID-19.

The supervisor advised MUTV: “Telles has examined constructive for coronavirus, he’s been out for just a few days.

“No signs, he’ll be high quality, again quickly.”

The 27-year-old has been extremely praised in Brazil and Portugal
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Telles has emerged as one of many most interesting attacking full-backs in Europe having scored 13 objectives and offering 12 assists in all competitions for Porto final season.

Porto head coach Sergio Conceicao understandably didn’t wish to lose Telles however praised the participant’s professionalism whereas the hypothesis about his future continued to swirl round.

One piece of reward that has excited United followers is from Brazil icon Roberto Carlos, who was the Selecao’s left-back throughout their World Cup triumph in 2002 – their most up-to-date one thus far.

Like Telles, Carlos performed at Inter briefly. Carlos then went on to have a glittering profession at Actual Madrid.

Carlos was quoted saying again in 2016: “Alex is a phenomenon. He’s one other participant who, earlier than lengthy, shall be a part of the nationwide staff.”

He then added: “He’s not Roberto Carlos, however he’s superb.”

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