Tottenham is the fourth club in the Premier League to announce a restricted return to training after the competition was suspended on March 13 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to gradually recover the shape of the Waiting for the authorities to give the green light to a foreseeable resumption of the championship by June 8, the players of José Mourinho will exercise from tomorrow on the club’s facilities respecting the rules of social distancing.
Tottenham states in its statement that a limited number of players will participate in each session at its Enfield Training Center and that access to any building will not be allowed.
“Starting tomorrow, the club will make a limited number of courses available in our training center so that our first team members can use them in individual race sessions following a strict rotation system,” said Tottenham.
“There will be no more than one player per field and only a restricted group of the team will go to the training center each day,” the statement continues. “Each player will travel independently and arrive at the facility already dressed in training clothes before returning home immediately after their session is over.”
The fourth after Arsenal, Brighton and West Ham
Arsenal is the first team of the ‘Big Six’ of the Premier that today has started training under strict measures to prevent coronavirus infections. Also today Brighton and West Ham have also opened their facilities to their players. In addition to Tottenham, Bournemouth, Burnley, Crystal Palace and Sheffield United, they are also preparing a gradual return of their staff to activity.