Inter’s internationals, including Romelu Lukaku, Christian Eriksen, and Marcelo Brozovic tested negative for COVID and can be eligible to play with their national teams.
The local health authority banned the Nerazzurri from travelling abroad last week, and Saturday’s game against Sassuolo was postponed after four cases of COVID had emerged among the team.
However, today’s swab tests came back negative and Inter’s players got the all-clear to resume training at Appiano Gentile, while foreign players were allowed to go away .
Romelu Lukaku travelled to Belgium, where he had a swab test upon his arrival. consistent with HLN.BE, his swab test came back negative, and therefore the striker has already trained together with his national team.
According to the report, Lukaku are going to be allowed to play against Wales, the Czech Republic and Belarus.
Christian Eriksen has also tested negative, and therefore the same is true of Milan Skriniar, Marcelo Brozovic and Ivan Perisic. All of them will participate within the upcoming games of their national teams.