Chelsea’s players are back in confined small gathering preparation, after all, finishing their first phase of coronavirus screening in mid-June attempts to come back to the Premier League. In Cobham, Callum Hudson-Odoi was seen having had a negative examination days after being arrested on charges of rape. Chelsea and Hudson-Odoi have yet to remark after Sunday’s night news appeared.
On Sunday and Monday 19 of the 20 Premier League clubs were screened for Covid-19 with the pandemic disturbing football across the UK and Europe.
The players got their outcomes on Tuesday at 2 pm and Chelsea selected to train from 4 pm after Frank Lampard had educated his players to return immediately after being cleared.
The meeting marked Chelsea’s first day back in the gathering training ground for 72 days, having been allowed to do solo meetings with a specialist who has been available as of late since lockdown in London was presented.
The Blues players despite everything have to follow the exacting conventions of phase one of the Premier League that were agreed for their meetings in a video telephone call on Monday.
In non-contact meetings, they should work in gatherings of five, while maintaining social distance.
All training hardware will be purified, the unit will be conveyed to players’ homes so they don’t have to utilize the changing areas and allocated designated parking spaces.
Richard Masters, CEO of the Premier League, says he ‘s adaptable on a Premier League return date after aiming to restart on June 12.
Richard Masters, CEO of the Premier League, says that he is adaptable on a Premier League return date after planning to restart on June 12.
The Premier League said in a statement: “This first stage was chosen in consultation with players, coaches, club specialists from the Premier League, free specialists and the legislature.