Union Berlin: striker Leon Dajaku in quarantine

Leon Dajaku from Union Berlin has tested positive for the corona virus. The club announced this before the game on Wednesday (8.30 p.m.) at Borussia Dortmund. The center forward is in domestic isolation.

Since Dajaku was in Stuttgart for rehab as a result of a foot injury, the test has no effect on the team.

Immediately after the game in Dortmund, the Berliners want to go to a hotel quarantine until the end of the English week on Saturday against Werder Bremen.

Trainer Urs Fischer is also open to a possible quarantine training camp for all Bundesliga clubs: “We are still in the privileged situation of being able to practice our profession,” he said: “Even if we have to be in isolation for two and a half weeks, we will survive that well. “

Fischer is hoping for a “very good day” for his team against Dortmund: “Then there is also the opportunity to take something with you,” he said. “BVB solves a lot through playful means. If you give them too much space, the team develops a lot of force.” Five game days before the end, Union is eighth in the table on course for the European Cup.

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