Leeds midfielder Mateusz Klich tests positive for coronavirus while on international duty with Poland

Leeds United’s Mateusz Klich has tested positive for Covid-19, the Polish Football Association has announced.

The midfielder will miss Poland’s World Cup qualifier in Hungary on Thursday while he awaits the result of a second test.

Klich could also miss Sunday’s match against Andorra, as well as the qualifier against England at Wembley Stadium next Wednesday.

The 30-year-old has not shown any symptoms or felt unwell, however.

Jakub Kwiatkowski, media officer of the Polish FA, tweeted on Wednesday: “The Polish national team received the results of the SARS-Cov-2 test this morning.

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“Unfortunately, in the case of Mateusz Klich, the result is positive.

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“The competitor is well and shows no symptoms of illness, but his trip to Budapest is excluded.

“Today the test was repeated.”

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