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Allan Maximin breaks silence after rumours of suffering from effect of Covid-19 positive test

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Allan Saint-Maximin has denied suffering any effects from Covid-19. 
If you recall that weeks ago, The Magpies training ground was closed for over a week to prevent any further spread of the illness. 

But fortunately, the team was able to return to action on December 12, with a 2-1 home win over West Brom. 

Last week Friday, Newcastle coach, Steve Bruce confirmed that two members of his squad were still dealing with "damaging effects" of Covid-19 after being diagnosed with the disease earlier in the season.

The 59-year-old did not name the duo in question, but there arw rumours the teo players happen to be the captain Lascelles and Allan Maximin.

But Saint-Maximin has come out to address the issues ahead of the Magpies' Carabao Cup quarter-final clash with Brentford on Tuesday. 

He has insisted that he is in perfect health physically and mentally and that he has "no problem" with his manager.

"I feel great. I have no problem, nothing. Not injured," the French winger said on Instagram Live.

"[I have] No problem with the club, with Steve Bruce. I love this trainer a lot and he takes care of me. I love the club, I love the fans.

"I love everything, I love my life in England and everything and I feel great. That is the only thing you have to know."

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