Danny Ings tests positive for COVID-19
Southampton will be without their talisman for this weekend’s clash with Leicester City after Saints boss Ralph
Hasenhuttl confirmed that Danny Ings has tested positive for coronavirus
Ings’s last game was against his former side Liverpool, scoring the winner in a 1-0 victory at St Mary’s on January
- Whilst Danny Ings tests positive for COVID-19 have had no further positive cases, Hasenhuttl confirmed the
Hampshire Live that the 28-year-old may have been contagious during the game.
During the weekend, Southampton saw their FA Cup clash with Shrewsbury Town postponed after a COVID-19
outbreak at the League One club’s training ground, allowing his player some extra time to rest before their return
But now they could be faced with a straining run of fixtures perhaps more taxing than their hectic festive run.
Saints could play ten games over the next 31 days, should they put together an FA Cup run in the process.
Victory over Shrewsbury would be followed by back-to-back games against Arsenal, spaced only 72 hours apart.