COVID-19: Arsenal legend who tested positive now negative
Football legend Jens Lehmann has fully recovered from coronavirus after less than a month of testing positive to the disease.
The Arsenal legend has called for people to be allowed into the stadium once the Bundesliga season resumes.
The 61-cap German goalkeeper has now revealed he fell victim to Covid-19 last month.
“I became infected in the middle of March. I suffered from a cough and a mild fever for a day and a half. “After two weeks in quarantine, the authorities declared me to be healthy once more. “I found it less bad than when I have had the flu.
“But at-risk people of course need to be careful. It probably helps as well to live a healthy life.”
The former German international goalkeeper had a glittering spell with the Gunners since he joined the London club.
Lehmann was part of Arsene Wenger’s squad that went on 38 matches unbeaten in the 2003-04 Premier League season.
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