- Liverpool stars have returned to training despite the coronavirus crisis
- Jurgen Klopp’s men are having an unassailable lead in the EPL title race
- The Reds need just two more wins to clinch the 2019/2020 season trophy
The Premier League table toppers Liverpool have been allowed to return to training ahead of a possible restart of the season which was suspended since mid-March, no thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
SunSport revealed five days ago a ‘major’ Premier League side had sent testing kits to players’ homes, with a view to getting them back in action.
Manager Jurgen Klopp earlier insisted that he would not head back to training until all players have been cleared to return.
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It was gathered that players who have been confirmed negative for the infection are allowed to train in groups of threes, as they pitch themselves.
However, not all the players have returned to training as other stars are expected to return in the coming days.
Manchester United players will reportedly have their tests on Monday, May 11 as they also hope to return to training in the coming days.
Leagues One and Two will be called off next week when the 47 clubs vote to end the season with immediate effect.
The EFL executive committee have been canvassing teams in the two lower divisions for their views on trying to complete the campaign.
And the vast majority believe there is no chance of reaching the finishing line and want to focus on.
A number of Arsenal stars have reported to training after 47 days in isolation, no thanks to the coronavirus crisis which has killed many across the globe.
Arsenal are battle ready and are hoping the suspended league resumes as quickly as possible as some players have returned.
Defender David Luiz and reserve keeper Emiliano Martinez were the first couple of players to be pictured arriving at the London Colney training centre in Hertfordshire.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Harry Kane hands Tottenham Hotspur injury boost following his return to first-team training with Premier League clubs gradually reopening for business.
All football actions in England had been suspended owing to the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic all around the world.
As of the last count, no fewer than 4 million cases have been recorded while a total of 276,000 deaths have occurred.
However, with nine matches left to play in the 2019-20 season, the UK government has begun to ease out of COVID-19 lockdown, while granting clubs access to train.
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