Sead Kolasinac tested positive for Covid while on international duty with Bosnia and Herzegovina, so what is his prognosis and when can we expect him back?

Bosnia and Herzegovina's defender Sead Kolasinac (L) vies with Northern Ireland's forward Kyle Lafferty (R) during the UEFA Euro 2020 Play-off Semi-Final football match between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Northern Ireland in Sarajevo on October 8, 2020. (Photo by ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP via Getty Images)
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s defender Sead Kolasinac (L) vies with Northern Ireland’s forward Kyle Lafferty (R) during the UEFA Euro 2020 Play-off Semi-Final football match between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Northern Ireland in Sarajevo on October 8, 2020. (Photo by ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP via Getty Images)

Sead Kolasinac became the latest Arsenal player to test positive for coronavirus, likely ruling him out of the next couple of games.

The Bosnia and Herzegovina football federation confirmed last Wednesday that Sead Kolasinac tested positive for Covid-19 ahead of their game against Italy the same night.

He joined Ibrahim Sehic in receiving a positive test on international duty with Bosnia.

In addition to Kolasinac, Arsenal also lost Mohamed Elneny for a couple of games, after he tested positive two days before his teammate. Elneny, however, has been cleared to play against Wolves meaning we should see Kolasinac cleared in the next two days.

He will, however, miss Wolves on Sunday according to the latest official update.

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