Simone Inzaghi test positive for COVID-19, as announced by Inter. The Nerazzurri manager has isolated himself in his home. He is following all the measures set out in the health protocol. It will not affect Inter at the moment because of the international break. But, Simone Inzaghi would like to get back before the Derby Della Madonnina on February 6. Inter will surely improve the chances of defending the title if they win in the Derby Della Madonnina.
Currently sitting at the top, Inter would like to increase their lead by beating AC Milan as that would give them a huge boost. Last year, Inter were unstoppable after their victory in Derby Della Madonnina. Inzaghi knows the importance of this match and, he would be in contact with his staff. He will tell them about the preparation and drills that he wants to implement.
Simone Inzaghi test positive for COVID and has isolated himself
There are 12 days to go for the derby so, Inzaghi has plenty of time to recover and get a negative result. Even if the Nerazzurri manager can not recover in time, he will be in constant contact with his coaching staff. Many coaches have done this recently and, this helps them to stay in touch and give instructions while being in isolation. Italy is again highly affected by COVID this year, as the Omicron variant is spreading quickly. Many players and coaches have had to isolate themselves because of it. Hence, the Italian government has given orders that only 5,000 fans can come to the stadium during matches.
Inzaghi has done a great job so far, as he took over a team that lost some of its key players. He was able to make changes in the team without losing any points. His team is four points clear at the top with a game in hand.