David de Gea’s availability for Manchester United’s game against West Ham on Sunday is “touch and go.”
De Gea had to quarantine after returning from paternity leave in Spain this week.
And Ole Gunnar Solskjær said according to The Guardian: “He is back in Manchester – he is self-isolating. He is just touch and go for Sunday, I think. I can’t really know when he came back so I am not really sure if it was Monday or Tuesday. The rules are he has to stay at home – he is not training with us anyway. It’s different if you travel away and compete. He has not been training since he came back.”
Anyone entering the UK is required to self-isolate for ten days.
However, this can be reduced after five days by paying for a test that, if negative, enables the person to leave quarantine.