Raheem Sterling has tested negative for coronavirus having attended a party with Usain Bolt in Jamaica last week. The Manchester City star joined the eight-time Olympic gold medal winner for a surprise 34th birthday party, after which Bolt announced that he had entered self-isolation.
The world’s fastest man is still awaiting the results of his test, but Sterling has been given the all-clear having undergone a test in Jamaica.
Sterling’s attendance at Friday’s party looked to have thrown his involvement in the upcoming England squad into doubt.
Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate will announce his England squad for next month’s Nations League fixtures at 2pm on Tuesday.
And Sterling, who will take another COVID-19 test upon his return to the UK, is expected to feature.
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