Pep Guardiola has tested positive for coronavirus and will miss Manchester City's FA Cup tie against Swindon Town, the Premier League champions have confirmed.
Guardiola and his assistant Juanma Lillo recorded positive test results on Tuesday, and both are now isolating.
City now have 21 members of their squad – seven players and 14 backroom staff – in isolation.
Fourth-tier Swindon host City in the FA Cup third round on Friday, and assistant coach Rodolfo Borrell will take charge of the Premier League leaders.
Guardiola joins three fellow Premier League managers who have had to isolate in the last week.
Arsenal manager and Guardiola's former assistant Mikel Arteta had to watch on from home as the Gunners lost 2-1 to City on New Year's Day.
Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, was absent for Liverpool's draw with Chelsea on Sunday while on Thursday, Burnley confirmed Sean Dyche was isolating after testing positive.
Pep Guardiola will miss tomorrow evening’s FA Cup trip to Swindon Town after testing positive for Covid-19.— Manchester City (@ManCity) January 6, 2022
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