Italy coach Roberto Mancini has tested positive for coronavirus, the Italian Football Federation has announced.
The 55-year-old former Manchester City and Inter Milan boss, who was tested as part of pre-screening ahead of Sunday's national team training camp, is asymptomatic and self-isolating at home in Rome.
Italy host Estonia in a friendly next Wednesday before playing Poland and Bosnia and Herzegovina in Nations League fixtures on 15 and 18 November respectively.
An FIGC statement read: "As part of the periodic controls undertaken by the FIGC on the Italy coaching staff ahead of the coming break for UEFA competitions, head coach Roberto Mancini tested positive for Covid-19.
"He remains asymptomatic and, in compliance with the active guidelines, the Azzurri head coach went into self-isolation at his home in Rome. The FIGC notified local health authorities in good time. Mancini will be able to join the squad at Coverciano once he has completed the necessary procedures, as outlined by the UEFA Return to Play and FIGC protocols."