THE Premier League is a step closer after the return of players to training, but N’Golo Kante and Troy Deeney will not have to train after concerns over coronavirus. Meanwhile LaLiga is setting a much brisker pace as it has pencilled in June 12 for the first fixture back – Sevilla vs Betis. Follow all the latest coronavirus in sport updates below… Alan Scott46 minutes ago23rd May 2020GOOD MORNING, SPORTS FANS Chelsea, Manchester United and City are sweating on their European hopes this season – but Premier League chiefs are “as confident as we can be” the domestic season will restart. In the Champions League, the government-imposed 14-day quarantine on UK arrivals from June 8 imperils Real Madrid’s second leg at the Etihad and means Chelsea’s players would be forced to isolate after returning from Bayern Munich. And unless exemptions can be agreed, it also gives Britain’s three Europa League representatives a headache. United are 5-0 up against LASK with the home leg to come, while Wolves and Rangers are still involved. But Prem chief executive Richard Masters said of Project Restart: “There is some momentum. We’ve taken the first step. “It’s great for everybody, including the fans, to see our players… Read full this story
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