Callum Hudson-Odoi says chat with Chelsea teammates helped him recover from coronavirus

Callum Hudson-Odoi says chat with Chelsea teammates helped him recover from coronavirus

- Callum Hudson-Odoi has stated that his teammates helped him recover from covid-19

- The Chelsea star stated that they used to chat him regularly to boost his morale

- Odoi has recovered from the virus and he is doing good with his family

Chelsea forward Callum Hudon-Odoi has stated emphatically that chatting with his teammates on their Whats-app group helped him in his recovery against deadly coronavirus.

It was a stunning revelation early last month when Callum Hudon-Odoi took to social media that he has contracted the virus claiming that he was feeling something unusual before going for test.

Odoi's confirmation came days after Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was also tested positive to the virus and was quarantined immediately.

These two people made the Premier League body to suspend the English topflight immediately due to the threat of coronavirus.

The winger later revealed after some days that he has fully recovered from coronavirus thereby thanking all his fans and teammates for their supports during his troubled time.

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"Everyone has been asking me how I have been which has been class from them.

"They have been showing me support and saying Cal, get well soon, I hope you are okay now.

"It has been very warming and a good feeling to know you have got your team-mates behind you, backing you and making sure you are feeling well and encouraging you,''. Odoi explained according to UK Sun.

Meanwhile, Premier League stars have been in lock-down with their families since the topflight was suspended as the fight against coronavirus continues.

There have also been reports that the season could be cancelled which will be a big blow for Liverpool considering how they have been waiting for years to win the title.

Earlier, had reported how some Premier League clubs reportedly shown interest for the 2019/20 season to be abandoned because of the threat coronavirus has brought to the world.

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And should that be done, then it means Liverpool will not be crowned the Premier League champions despite their efforts so far this season.

Jurgen Klopp and his wards have been topping the Premier League table since the season started and they have only lost one game and drew one winning the remaining ties.

The Reds have also established a 25 points lead on second placed Manchester City who have no chance again to retain their Premier League title.

Liverpool have also been waiting to break the 30 years jinx when they last won the Premier League title, but as it is, they may not be given the diadem.

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