Serbian striker Luka Jovic could be punished for breaking quarantine, according to news agency Tanjug.
In Belgrade they have asked for a punishment against the player who should have been isolated at home but was seen out and about in Serbia. "There's no difference between citizens regardless of their profession," a source told Tanjug.
Newspaper Blic said that he was not found at the address he should have been at in isolation and was told that if he broke the quarantine again he would be detained. Serbia had imposed a 14-28 day quarantine period for citizens arriving from abroad.
Informer newspaper report that he was out in Belgrade for his girlfriend's birthday.