Former England star Wayne Rooney ‘takes emergency coronavirus test amid fears he could’ve caught the virus off infected pal who delivered a luxury watch to him at his house’… a week before he played for Derby against Watford on Friday night
Derby captain Wayne Rooney has reportedly suffered a coronavirus scareThe 34-year-old has taken an emergency test amid fears he was exposed to virusA pal of Rooney’s who delivered him a watch at his house has tested positiveRooney was unaware he may have been exposed and played for Derby on Friday
According to The Sun, the Derby captain has been left ‘angry’ after Josh Bardsley, 27, entered his multi-million-pound mansion to deliver him a luxury watch last Thursday despite being contacted by Test and Trace in the days prior – and he has since tested positive for Covid-19 sparking concerns Rooney could have been infected.
The unaware former England star had played for Derby in Friday night’s defeat.
Wayne Rooney has suffered a coronavirus scare and take an emergency test
The Derby star played on Friday night before he was aware he may have been exposed to Covid
Josh Bardsley entered Rooney’s home to deliver a watch despite Test and Trace contacting him
In a statement to the Sun, Rooney, 34, said his health, as well as his family’s and team-mates, had been jeopardised by someone acting against government guidelines.
A spokesman said: ‘Wayne met Josh Bardsley briefly when he visited Wayne’s house on Thursday.
‘Wayne was not told by Josh or anyone else before or during that visit that Josh had been told to take a coronavirus test.