AARON RAMSEY is a major doubt for Wales’ friendlies this month due to the coronavirus lockdown in Italy.
The Foreign Office have advised any Britons returning from Italy to self-isolate for 14 days.
Ryan Giggs’ side are scheduled to face Austria in Swansea on March 27.
Wales have not yet ruled the midfielder, 29, out of their second friendly against the USA in Cardiff three days later.
Dragons boss Giggs is already without Joe Allen, who ruptured his Achilles for Stoke last Saturday.
Former Arsenal ace Ramsey netted for Juve in their behind-closed-doors 2-0 win over title rivals Inter Milan on Sunday.
But after more than 460 deaths in the country, all Serie A games have been suspended until April 3.
The world of sport has been hit hard by the outbreak of coronavirus.
Games across the continent have been forced to be played behind closed doors – including Atalanta’s thrilling 4-3 win over Valencia in Spain.
Kylian Mbappe is also being tested for the killer bug after suffering from a bout of angina.
Nottingham Forest and Olympiacos owner Evangelos Marinaki has also announced he tested positive for coronavirus.