Bayern Munich football star Alphonso Davies has been sidelined after he was diagnosed with myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle). Davies, who is considered one of the best full-backs in the world, will be out of action for at least “the coming weeks” after the heart diagnosis.

All Bayern Munich players and staff members had received their COVID booster shot during the winter break, according to German news outlet Sport1.

Alphonso Davies, 21, has been diagnosed with myocarditis

At a pre-match news conference Friday, Bayern manager Julian Nagelsmann told that the heart condition was detected in the follow-up examination given to all players who have caught COVID.

“He’ll sit out training until further notice. He won’t be available, also in the coming weeks.

The ultrasound shows this myocarditis isn’t so dramatic but it’s a sign of myocarditis. Still, it has to heal and that will definitely take some time.” 

Davies tested positive for COVID on January 5th with Bayern saying that the 21-year-old was self-isolating and doing ‘well‘ after the positive test.

Nine other Bayern players tested positive for COVID at the start of January, despite the entire squad having been vaccinated and boosted.

It is unknown when Davies will be able to return to the field.

In November last year, Bayern had implemented one of the strictest rules of any European club after they announced that players who were not vaccinated against COVID-19 were to be subjected to pay cuts.

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