The organizing committee struggling Premiership implement "Project Re-boot" (Project Restart), which will allow the league's clubs are trained from day 18/5 to be able to return to action from 12/6 days. However, this ambition of the leaders of the Premier League are facing major obstacles from the orchestra superstar is playing in England.
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Specifically, according to the Daily Mail, some well-known players such as duo Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling (Man City), Antonio Rudiger (Chelsea), Manuel LANZINI (West Ham) and Danny Rose (Tottenham Newcastle loan) has declare intention not want the Premiership back mid next month, saying it is too early to translate Covid-19 still complicated.
The players have small children and are living with relatives are vulnerable to virus infection with SARS-CoV-2 (especially the elderly) did not want to continue playing football in the context of the UK Government not control be thorough. Currently the world is yet to find the disease vaccines.
Daily Mail revealed that 1 in 6 top teams of the Premier League (the "Big 6" includes Liverpoool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham) fear their squad will be weakened if the football back back next month. Of these, at least two players of this team has told his teammates that they do not want to play back.
Even so, an additional concern of the players the Premier League's refusal to return to action might cause them to violate the terms of his contract with the team in charge, and cause more damage later.
Premiership clubs are expected to hold talks with his players this week to reassure them about possible safety when returned to training with rigorous antiseptic conditions. They will respect the wishes of any player who does not want to play ball, and affirms not put any pressure on them.