Nusair Mazraoui, a Moroccan defender for Bayern Munich, was diagnosed with heart inflammation and a coronavirus-positive test last Thursday. During the World Cup in Qatar in early December, Mazraoui tested positive for the virus, which is why he was unable to participate in the quarterfinal match against Portugal, according to the club.
Despite this, Mazraoui participated in the first half of the semi-final between Morocco and France, which was the first time an African or Arab side had advanced to the World Cup's top four. He did not, however, participate in the Croatia-US match for third place.
Having participated in the tournament, Mazraoui underwent an examination in Munich where he was found to have a very slight amount of inflammation. Mazraoui has been told that for the time being he will not be able to participate in any matches as a result of this decision.
The chronic inflammation associated with this type of infection is a known complication of Coronavirus infection. Following the developments, Bayern Munich has made the decision to omit Mazraoui from the team that is scheduled to travel to Qatar for winter training on Friday, just ahead of the resumption of the Bundesliga season on January 20.
The club stated that Mazraoui "is not available for matches for the time being" due to his inflammation. Nusair Mazraoui is a Moroccan professional footballer who has made a name for himself as a versatile and reliable defender.
He currently plays for Bayern Munich, one of the most successful clubs in German and European football. Before joining Bayern, Mazraoui spent several years with Ajax, where he played a key role in the team's success. In addition to winning the Eredivisie, the top division of Dutch football, Mazraoui also helped Ajax reach the semi-finals of the Champions League in the 2018-2019 season.
He is renowned for his incredible quickness, technical proficiency, and defensive prowess. Mazraoui has additionally represented Morocco internationally. He has participated in competitions for the Moroccan national team, including the World Cup and the Africa Cup of Nations.