KYLIAN MBAPPE has been tested for coronavirus with the Paris Saint-Germain star suffering from a bout of angina.
The World Cup winner, 21, is a doubt for his side’s Champions League last-16 second-leg clash with Borussia Dortmund.
PSG trail 2-1 from the first-leg thanks to two goals from Erling Haaland.
Mbappe has missed training the past two days, with French outlet L’Equipe claiming he is being tested for coronavirus after complaining of chest pain and a sore throat.
But PSG chief Thomas Tuchel has revealed it is little more than a bout of angina – a pain in the chest caused by lack of oxygen in the heart muscle.
Ahead of the huge Champions League showdown, Tuchel revealed: “Kylian is sick.
“He was sick yesterday and he is sick today with angina and we are trying to maybe have a light practice this evening.
“But he did not practice with us the last two days. We must wait and decide tomorrow morning.”
PSG will host Dortmund on Wednesday night behind closed doors due to the spread of coronavirus across Europe.
Mbappe’s absence would be a huge blow to their chances having been instrumental throughout the campaign.
He has scored 23 goals in 26 appearances in Ligue 1 and Champions League this season including a hat-trick in their last outing – a 5-1 win at Lyon.
PSG have had an extra day to prepare for the clash after their league contest with Strasbourg was postponed because of coronavirus.
Earlier this week, it was announced today that all games in the French top division are due to be played without fans, or a maximum of 1,000 supporters until April 15.
All sporting events in Italy have been cancelled until at least April 3 after the entire nation was put on lockdown.
And a host of Champions League and Europa League games this week and next will be played behind closed doors, including Chelsea’s clash at Bayern Munich.