Russian Premier League, suspended because of the pandemic of coronavirus, were due to resume June 21. Clubs of RPL began testing players for COVID-19. At present, there are about 12 of RPL players whose test results for coronavirus was positive.
Spartak: Zelimkhan Bakaev, Roman Zobnin (recovered)
Lokomotiv: Jefferson Farfan.
Rubin: Konstantin Pliev.
Dynamo: Roman Evgenev. In addition, two representatives of the club, the edge values of the test, while the other two antibodies was found.
“Krasnodar”: the Magomed Shapi Suleymanov (recovered).
Orenburg: Andrea Chukanov, Philip Rogic, jig Skofic (recovered).
Ural: Pavel Pogrebnyak.
In addition, the owner “Spartaka” Leonid Fedun revealed infection with coronavirus, after which he was hospitalized.
The current draw of the championship of Russia it was decided to finish. The tournament should resume on June 21. Recall season in the Russian Premier League, like almost all the tournaments in the world, including top European leagues, was suspended in March due to pandemic coronavirus.