The Werkself immediately separated the Germany international from the rest of the group as a precaution although his declaration of this coronavirus contact after official testing did not lead to a quarantine order. Amiri will initially be in self-isolation at home for one week.
"This process shows our hygiene measures are effective and that the players are well aware of the significance of the coronavirus issue," declared Rudi Völler, Bayer 04 sporting director. “Nadiem's conduct is exemplary and important. Due to the current increase in infection rates in Germany, this is an example of a serious and responsible way of dealing with a pandemic."
The Werkself host Paderborn in the DFB-Pokal round of 16 today, Wednesday 6 December (18:00 CET) at the BayArena. Here’s all the latest information ahead of the cup clash with the Bundesliga 2 club.Show more
The Bundesliga has announced its nominees for November’s Player of the Month, with two Werkself players up for the award in Alejandro Grimaldo and Jeremie Frimpong. Fans can now vote for who they want to win.Show more
Next year marks Bayer 04’s 120th birthday. To celebrate the occasion, we would like to take the opportunity, today and in the next few months, to regularly look at football under the Cross on bayer04.de and primarily delve into the question of: How have we become the club we are today? Part two of our series looks at our fans. Werkself supporters are enjoying this season like never before, providing incredible support both home and away.Show more
The Bundesliga has named the three nominees for November’s Rookie of the Month award. Werkself striker Victor Boniface, who has won the trophy in August, September and October, is once again up for the award. Fans have the chance to pick the winner by casting their votes online.Show more