Real Madrid have announced that no players or staff members have tested positive for coronavirus.
News emerged on Tuesday that midfielder Martin Odegaard had reportedly returned a positive test after Madrid's goalless draw with Real Sociedad.
The 21-year-old took part in training on Tuesday and was also in close contact with Sociedad's players at the weekend.
However, Madrid released a statement on their official website on Wednesday to announce no members of their squad have contracted COVID-19.
"Real Madrid communicates after the latest COVID-19 tests carried out on our first football team and their coaching staff, all the results have been negative," the statement read.
Madrid return to action on Saturday with a trip to Real Betis, who have won their opening two games to occupy second place in the division.