Thomas Kahlenberg, former Denmark international who played at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa has quarantined after testing positive to Coronavirus.
He played for Denmark between 2003 and 2014 before retiring in 2017. He had 47 caps playing for Denmark.
According to the UK Mirror, the Danish ex-international was infected with the deadly disease during a visit to Amsterdam, Holland.
Also, players from Danish Super League clubs Brondby and Lyngby have also been isolated after they met and hugged Kahlenberg during last weekend match.
Kahlenberg was said to have tested positive on Thursday.
According to Brondby, 13 employees had been put in isolation, including the general manager Ole Palma, defender Joel Kabongo and assistant coach Martin Retov.