COVID-19 affects six members of Premier League

COVID-19 affects six members of Premier League

"We're all in this week - every Premier League club, at some point, they're back in".

The 27-year-old also guided Liverpool to two trophies this season, including the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.

Watford defender Adrian Mariappa said he was shocked at testing positive for the coronavirus, having strictly followed Britain's social distancing guidelines and not shown any symptoms.

Masters says no further discussions were held regarding curtailing the season, which was formally raised for the first time last week.

Deeney has also cited fears his family could be in danger because of figures that show black and ethnic minorities in the United Kingdom - which has the highest recorded death toll in Europe - are more likely to become seriously ill with Covid-19.

"Is there any additional screening, heart stuff to see if anyone has got problems from that? No".

"My lifestyle is very quiet, so I really don't know how I got it".

League One clubs now have to decide, time is against them and that will be at the forefront of everybody's mind when they next meet.

"That would have been something that I personally would find unfair, to just say that it didn't happen".

Burnley assistant manager Ian Woan is one of six individuals connected to three Premier League clubs to test positive for coronavirus.

"There will come a point when next season becomes hard to schedule", Masters said.

"We're due back in this week. I can just imagine people at home saying, 'Well they earn that amount of money so they should be going back'".

"Players will arrive in their training kit, parking their cars at least three spaces apart, and will head straight out to the field, with no access to the main building".

General view of the Premier League logo on a match ball before the match between Burnley and Bournemouth at Turf Moor February 22, 2020.

"June 12 was a staging post; it wasn't a firm commitment".

Contact training is not yet permitted for clubs.

Top-flight teams voted unanimously to step up their return to action at Monday's shareholders meeting, allowing players to train in small, socially-distant sessions as part of phase one.

Brendan Rodgers has told BeinSPORTS that Liverpool deserve the Premier League title whichever way the season ends. Jurgen Klopp's side is 25 points clear with nine games remaining. "I've mainly just been homeschooling and keeping fit".

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