Paris Saint-Germain striker, Kylian Mbappe, has tested negative to coronavirus.

ESPN reports that the 21-year-old French forward was tested after he reported a throat problem early this week.

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The World Cup winner is still expected to miss his club’s Champions League return leg match against Borussia Dortmund due to illness. He has not trained this week.

However, he could make do with a substitute role if he must feature in his side’s bid to qualify for the competition’s quarter final.

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PSG trail the Germans 2-1 from the opening leg and will be playing in front of an empty Parc des Princes because of the decision to proceed with the match behind closed doors.

To give their team some form of home advantage, PSG’s ultras have announced that they will march towards the Auteuil end of Parc des Princes and generate as much noise as they can from outside the stadium ahead of kick-off.