Liverpool and Manchester United resume group training for Premier League reboot | Football News

Liverpool and Manchester United resume group training for Premier League restart | Football News
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The Liverpool and Manchester United teams are training in little groups as a coronavirus safety measure

Last Updated: 20/05/20 1: 44pm

Liverpool and Manchester United resumed group training on Wednesday as the Premier League moves an action more detailed to a return.

Premier League clubs were okayed to start ‘stage one’ training in little groups on Tuesday after evaluating exposed just 6 favorable cases of coronavirus from 748 tests performed on gamers and non-playing personnel.

Chelsea, Newcastle and West Ham were amongst the clubs to return on Tuesday under rigorous social distancing procedures, while Liverpool resumed group training at Melwood on Wednesday after supervisor Jurgen Klopp provided his support to the Premier League’s Project Restart.

Klopp was the very first to reach the training school to manage the very first session, which included 10 Liverpool gamers – consisting of Virgil van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold, James Milner and Alisson.

Once the very first session is finished, those 10 gamers will leave Melwood, with another group showing up in the future to start their own session.

Manchester United likewise went back to their base in Carrington on Wednesday, with Fred and Scott McTominay amongst the very first set of gamers to get here for training.

Watford are likewise anticipated to start their ‘stage one’ training on Wednesday however will lack captain Troy Deeney, who states he will not return due to issues for his boy’s health.

Manchester United unwinded over Ighalo

Sky Sports News press reporter James Cooper on the future of Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo

As far as Ighalo goes, I believe there’s an unwinded state of mind from Manchester United. The truths of the matter are that his agreement pertains to an end next Friday, on May 31.

There is a will from Manchester United to keep the gamer however I believe, similarly, Shanghai Shenhua would like the gamer back in China playing for them.

I believe the unwinded mindset originates from the reality Marcus Rashford is now healthy and there is less requirement for Ighalo however, all things being equivalent, United want to keep him.

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