January 06 News According to the latest report by Tobi Altschäffl, deputy editor-in-chief of the German media Bild,
Bayern Munich started training in Doha on Friday morning and some players may be in more serious condition.
Bild can reveal that Mazraoui, a Moroccan, was infected with the new crown virus while on vacation after the World Cup, and it was so severe that his pericardium became inflamed.
He must now be completely rested, out for at least 4 to 6 weeks.
That’s right: Mazraoui has been removed from the Doha training camp list on Bayern’s official website.
In the past few days, the medical team has done a lot of blood tests on Mazraoui, and the result is that he should take immediate leave.
He has been advised to remain inactive and, after the break, to undergo new checks every week before deciding whether Mazraoui can return to training.
At Bayern, memories of Davies’ death at the time began to slowly come to life: the Canadian was sidelined for about three months after suffering from heart muscle inflammation following the coronavirus infection.
Although Munich hopes that Mazraoui – if he is cleared by doctors – will be back on the pitch soon.
However, his illness hastened the move for Daley Blind (32): Mazraoui was originally planned as a left-back replacement.