As Manchester United starts to work from Wednesday, Defender Luke Shaw promises that he will take “a big move further”.
After the limits on coronavirus have been eased for professional sport, United’s team must reconvene for a first session. But still, interaction with teams is not yet allowed.
Tiny group practices will begin, but players will stick to the principles of social space, showering rather than in shared changing rooms and arriving at home in the training kit.
Shaw said- “The guidelines may seem really strict, but naturally we’re just trying to stick to them only to make sure we are operating as well and secure as possible.
“It’s going to be great to be with different people to see the boys again for a bit while. It’s a big move forward to be in the same training field with each other.”
Shaw ensured on the official website of United that it will not just be the players who enjoy returning to play, stating that “you could see how happy the coaches were” during team call.
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