A Cardiff City member of staff has tested positive for coronavirus in the latest round of testing.

Between 28 May and 29 May, players and staff from 24 Championship clubs were tested with 10 individuals testing positive from eight clubs.

The Cardiff staff member, who will not be named due to medical confidentiality, will begin a period of self-isolation in line with the current health guidelines.

Only those who have tested negative will be permitted to enter training ground facilities.

Cardiff confirmed they have followed the EFL's return to training protocol.

Meanwhile, the Premier League announced no positive results after testing took place on Thursday and Friday.

The UK government said competitive sport in England can resume from Monday. Credit: PA

It comes as the UK government announced that competitive sport in England can resume from Monday under strict coronavirus safety guidance.

As it stands, there is no date for when action in the English Football League (EFL).

Cardiff City, Swansea City and Newport County will have to wait for a final decision on whether to resume or cancel the seasons, which is due to take place on June 8, when all 72 clubs will next convene.

The Championship is determined to resume fixtures, while League Two clubs have indicated their preference to curtail the season.