Chelsea’s attempts to return to the Premier League in limited small group preparation with all completing their first round of coronavirus evaluation in mid-June.
In Cobham, Callum Hudson-Odoi was arrested on allegations of rape following that he underwent a cops investigation. Both Chelsea and Hudson-Odoi are yet to speak since Sunday night’s reports appeared.
Between Sunday and Monday 19 of the 20 Premier League teams were tested for Covid-19 with the pandemic disrupting sport around the UK and Europe.
The global pandemic has intruded sport around the UK and Europe, 19 of the 20 Premier League teams were tested for Covid-19 on Sunday and Monday.
After receiving the results at 2 pm on Tuesday Chelsea players decided to practice at 4 pm as their boss ordered them to return directly after being cleared.
The Blues will still have to practice the strict protocols of the Premier League that were decided for their workouts in a video conference call on Monday.
Maintaining social distancing the players will work in groups of five for contactless sessions. Training facilities will be disinfected, the kit will be supplied to players’ homes and they don’t need to use the locker rooms and designated parking spaces have been allocated.