After Monday’s ‘Project Restart’ meeting with clubs, all clubs have agreed to resume training today, but Manchester United have said they will be resuming tomorrow Wednesday. Premier League chief executive Richard Masters revealed that a trophy presentation for the title winners, likely to be Liverpool, and it still remains part of their plans. Watford captain Troy Deeney has, however, said he will not resume training with other players.
Richard said: “We would try to do it unless it wasn’t possible because of safety concerns.” At the meeting, Premier League clubs agreed to stage one of the return-to-training protocols. As well as training in small groups of no more than five players per sessions.
Wolves’ players were sited already training in their training ground, they took part in individual fitness sessions. The players trained in separated areas to ensure the social distancing rule, Captain Conor Coady and midfielder Ruben Neves were among those that started the training.
Manchester United have urged their fans not to travel to stadiums when the Premier League finally resumes on the 12th of June. Games will be played behind closed doors and so it is very important Manchester United notify their fans not come to the stadium.
Manchester United have written to season ticket holders to confirm they will be offered a refund for their remaining four home league games. United is also saying other clubs should urge their fans not to turn up in the match venue as well.
Manchester United will be resuming on Wednesday although other clubs have resumed individual and small group training. Manchester United have just four home games play and are in the 5th place position before the outbreak of coronavirus which led to the suspension of the league.
Liverpool who is currently topping the league table and is likely to win the league have resume training, their players were seen driving to their training ground. The league is intended to resume on the 12 and ends before August this year.