Chelsea sent a formal proposal to the Premier League seeing the overall number of substitutes ascend from seven to nine. The plan will be addressed at the following shareholders ‘ meeting on Thursday with a decision on the matter due seven days later. Chelsea’s move comes amid worries about player health with a long break from football raising the danger of injury, the Daily Mail reports.
Players as of late continued full contact training ahead of the resumption of the Premier League on June 17.
However, the remaining 92 fixtures will be packed into a time of about a month and a half that will raise workloads for players.
IFAB, the international administering body of the game, as of late increased from three to five the number of memberships allowed.
However, that number could be increased even with health high on the agenda for everybody.
The West London outfit allowed N’Golo Kante to train with the Frenchman worried about the spread of coronavirus away from their Cobham base. From that point forward the Frenchman has returned with the club taking his interests earnestly as they are preparing for their first game back against Aston Villa.
Chelsea will hope to end the season as they are about to continue the season-in positions in the Champions League.
Frank Lampard achieved this term astonishingly as he was unable to enroll any new players in the summer while also adapting to Eden Hazard ‘s departure. Be that as it may, his trust in youth paid off with the Blues at the top table in Europe.
With Manchester United in fifth, only three focuses behind a large group of clubs are close behind them.
Chelsea also has to finish the second leg of their Champions League attach with Bayern Munich and a FA Cup game with Leicester.