Hoffenheim have put three of their players in quarantine due to COVID-19.
Two Hoffenheim players have tested positive for coronavirus after their return from international duty, the club said on Friday.
The players haven't had any contact with their teammates or members of the staff and are now in quarantine.
A third player is self-quarantining as a precautionary measure after a member of his near family has been infected with COVID-19.
According to local newspaper RNZ, the players in question are Andrej Kramaric, Kasim Adams and Pavel Kaderabek.
All other tests conducted by the club on Thursday came out negative.
Hoffenheim take on Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga on Saturday.