The Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois risks missing the matches of the Belgian team. The 28-year-old Belgian is awaiting a blood test result.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has been tested for coronavirus in the Belgian national team and received a positive response.
According to the Belgian media, the final diagnosis of the 28-year-old goalkeeper will be determined after a blood test. Until then, Courtois will be isolated from his teammates.
If the Belgian goalkeeper Coronavirus is confirmed, he will have to miss the upcoming UEFA Nations League matches. Noteworthy, the Belgian national team will play the matches of the league on September 5 and 8, respectively, against Denmark and Iceland.
So, we will know what happens after the final result of blood test. But Courtois will most likely have to miss the games.
As you know, Thibaut Courtois has been defending the honor of Real Madrid since the summer of 2018, where he moved from Chelsea. The transfer cost of the Belgian goalkeeper was € 35 million. Last season, the Belgian played in 34 matches of the Spanish championship, where he conceded 20 goals.
The goalkeeper has also played 79 matches for the Belgian national team. With them he won a bronze medal of the World Cup in 2018.