The squad and entire coaching staff of the Real Madrid subsidiary are in quarantine after a Castilla player tested positive for Coronavirus on Tuesday.
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Madrid are said to have told their players to observe the full ten days of quarantine even though the other players tested negative in the PCR test.
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This isn’t the first time Castilla have had a positive case in the squad. They postponed their clash with Rayo Majahonda on October 30th when three players tested positive, playing it on November 15th and losing 1-0.
Madrid are keen to deal with the positive case with a strict quarantine to prevent the spread of cases at Valdebebas, the training facility Castilla share with the first team.
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