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Chelsea players who were abroad have all returned to England yesterday in preparations for the resumption of season. The likes of Andreas Christensen, Christian Pulisic, Emerson, Kepa Arrizabalaga, Marcos Alonso, Pedro and Willian have all arrived to begin training ahead of a June resumption to the season.
Players of Wolverhampton have been told to return to training this week where they can begin individual training sessions and also undergo fitness testing. Manager Nuno Espirito Santo and players such as Joao Moutinho, Leander Dendoncker, Ruben Neves, Ruben Vinaigre who are all abroad are due for return next Monday.
Roma players reportedly returned back to training yesterday with the hope to start individual sessions before the end of the week by May 7. Medical tests as well as coronavirus test will be carried on the players for the first three days this week.
Chinese Super League are set to restart football with their fans allowed to watch in the stadium.
French side Amiens who were relegated following the termination of the season have asked the authorities of Ligue 1 to review the decision.
Dave Cormack, the chairman of Scottish club Aberdeen has admitted that the season may not resume.
According to reports, Premier League clubs will lost about £878.2m if next season is played behind closed doors and Arsenal would be the most affected financially.
Reports have revealed that fees for agents was almost at £300m last season for Premier League transfers but this has been halted by the ongoing coronavirus crisis. According to reports, agents could go out of business in the lower leagues.
Players in the Premier League have been told that spitting at the training ground is prohibited and wearing of masks or snoods is compulsory.
Aston Villa will like to recall their goalkeeper Tom Heaton as they look to battle out their life from relegating when the Premier League resumes.
It has been revealed that Wembley will be a potential neutral venue if the Premier League decide to use neutral venues.
Manchester United are in a dilemma of whether to let goalkeeper Dean Henderson stay with Sheffield United on loan until the end of the season or take him back to deny the Blades the chance to secure Champions League qualification.
Reports have stated that UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce the next phase of the lockdown on Sunday. The Premier League will delay their Friday meetings to get the outcome of the government’s decision.
Manchester United had the plans to increase the capacity of Old Trafford, but it has been placed on hold due to the coronavirus crisis.
Norwich manager Daniel Farke is of the belief that the Premier League should not return if it will put just on single life at risk.
Australia’s A-League target a restart to the season by August and the players will be allowed to resume training by July.
Cricket Board in England and Wales are set to ask the Government to allow them resume play behind closed doors as they look to save the season and the sport from financial crisis.
Rugby are set to allow matches to be played behind closed doors until the vaccine for coronavirus is produced. This decision will take a huge financial effect on the sports.
Formula 1 are ready to reduce the budget for each team for the 2021 campaign by £24m and they further warned that it could be cut in coming years if they continue to struggle financially with coronavirus crisis.
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