Good morning to all our readers out there, it’s the time of the day again to check out the latest sports news today. We’ve got news basically from Football and Boxing, ride with us as we check them out.
Paulo Dybala has finally tested negative for coronavirus after more than a month he was first diagnosed. Two tests were carried out on the 26-year old lately and they both came out negative. He will now have the chance to resume back to training for Juventus together with his teammates.
A player from Torino has been confirmed to have tested positive for the virus. This was discovered during the first round of test ahead of their potential resumption to training. He has now been taken into self-isolation for the next 14 days though he’s asymptomatic.
Clubs in the Premier League are looking forward to a possible return to training by May 18 in small groups though about four club doctors are not totally comfortable with the idea of restarting the season. Testing will be allowed on players as long as it does not hinder the test of key workers and that it should be sourced privately and paid by the Premier League without hindering the resources of public health.
Fans could start going to stadium by October according to the proposed six-month plan by Boris Johnson to totally stop the current lockdown failed in the United Kingdom.
Premier League have threatend clubs in the relegation zone that they will vote to relegate the bottom three if they decide not to support the resumption of the league on neutral grounds.
According to reports, the Premier League have to battle with the idea that players must take their breaks by June 30 and this may affect the idea of resumption.
Team celebrations, spitting and swapping of shirts will be banned when the league resumes.
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson has been told to be rest assured that he will take charge of this squad if eventually the season resumes. Hodgson is 71 and could be at high risk of contracting the virus easily.
According to reports, Arsenal’s majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has benefited from the ongoing coronavirus crisis which has seen his wealth increase to £323m.
Newcastle have added RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann to their list of growing managerial targets. Mauricio Pochettino, Rafa Benitez and Massimiliano Allegri have all been on their radar. Pochettino looks the most certain to land the job.
Manchester United could reignite their interest in signing Hirving Lozano from Napoli.