Chelsea players are prepared to hit the training ground once again especially for the players that are not p[laced on self-isolation due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The only Chelsea player that was affected was Callum Hudson-Odoi and he has fully recovered after testing positive for the dreaded virus.
The winger has been self-isolating since Friday, he is the first Premier League player to be diagnosed with the with Covid-19, that was one of the reasons the Premier League suspended all league actions.
Chelsea also shut-down their training complex at Cobham, the club’s board ensured the training complex was well cleaned and all players and staff who came in contact with Hudson-Odoi were asked to self-isolate.
The club says Cobham has now reopened for those who are not self-isolating, while players have been sent indoor exercise bikes, nutrition plans and fitness programmes to maintain their condition during the two weeks of self-isolation.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard and his men will resume training soonest in order to regain their fitness and match sharpness before the commencement of the league action again.