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FIFA are certain to increase the number of substitutions to five per match when the season restarts.
Premier League players have been told they must keep their vehicles spotless as a requirement hygiene for coronavirus measures if the season is to restart.
Clubs in the Premier League are opposing restart to the campaign because they believe Liverpool might result to using young players after they are confirmed champion of the season.
Manchester United are targeting the possibility of resuming training at the club’s training ground by May 18.
Liverpool have opened up their training ground partially and players are allowed to resume.
Clubs in the Premier League are of the opinion that players might resist going into a long-week quarantine group away from their families where tests would be taken ahead of a restart to the campaign.
Premier League believe they must finish the season as failure to do so will put next campaign under threat which have huge consequences.
According to reports from a psychologist that has been managing players in this period, the players are sacred to restart the season due to health uncertainty.
According to reports, top Premier League clubs will take legal action against Premier League and Government if players contract coronavirus in the midst or after the season restarts.
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has been said to have broken the lockdown regulations three times in a day after being seen with his family members and also riding a bike. He could be told to pay as much as £1000 as fine.
Frank Lampard has seen his home raided alongside late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s house with valuables more than £1m stolen.
Tottenham are hoping they can complete the signing of Southampton star Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg after the lockdown.
Belgian club Sint-Truiden have permanently signed American 20-year-old star Chris Durkin from MLS side DC United. The transfer fee was in a region of $1m and he will get straight into the team after spending the season on loan at the club.
Manchester United plan to recall Alexis Sanchez from his loan spell at Inter Milan. The Old Trafford side are concerned over the future of the Chilean and will try to play him when the season resumes beyond the normal months. Meanwhile, Sanchez is not interested in getting back to Old Trafford, rather he wants to stay at Inter. But Inter are not ready to make his deal a permanent one after being hot and cold since he joined.
Former France international Djibril Cisse has offered himself for free to any Ligue 1 club as he looks to reach 100 Ligue 1 goals. The 38-year-old currently has 96 goals but he would like to reach the century figure. He firstly retired in 2015 due to injury but has come out retirement since then to play for Yverdon in Sweden and Vicenza 1902 in Italy.
Burnley have joined the race for Monaco star Samuel Grandsir who spent this campaign on loan with Brest. The 23-year-old will try to search for new opportunities though Brest will try to extend his stay. La Liga side Espanyol are also interested.
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