Arsenal Midfielder Granit Xhaka had tested to Covid-19 while away on International duty.
Granit Xhaka miss Swiss friendly win against Greece as the team prepare for thier 2022 World Cup qualifiers this week.
A reports via Blick earlier revealed that the Swiss international had rejected the chance to receive the first does of Covid-19 vaccination.
The Swiss caotain will be out for the World Cup qualifiers against Italy and Northern Ireland.
The Arsenal start took to his Instagram handle as he posted a photo of him in training with the caption “Excited about the challenges ahead”.
Roma Coash Jose Mourinho, who was interested in signing the midfielder during the transfer window pass a message accross to the Swiss captain via the Instagram comment section on Xhaka post as he urged the midfielder to get vaccinated.
“‘Get the jab Granit and be safe”, Jose Mourinho commented.
This comes after Swiss football coash Adrian Arnold had revealed that Xhaka had decided not to take the Covid treatment.
“Granit Xhaka was not vaccinated. He’s a player who isn’t vaccinated,” he said.
“We left this up to each player, it’s a personal decision of each player – just like any other person in Switzerland.
‘We have issued a recommendation that everyone vaccinate. But he decided for himself personally. And it is also his right not to be vaccinated.”
Graint Xhaka currently passing through a difficult time with his Arsenal team mates after looming at the bottom of the Premier League table with 0 point in three games.