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The Blues will have to obey the strict protocols of the Premier League

With finishing their first round of coronavirus evaluation in mid-June Chelsea’s stars tries to return in limited small group preparation to the Premier League. 

In Cobham, after being arrested Callum Hudson-Odoi went under police interrogation on accusations of rape. Since Sunday night’s reports appeared, both Chelsea and Hudson-Odoi are yet to have a conversation.

19 of the 20 Premier League teams were tested between Sunday and Monday for Covid-19 with the pandemic interrupting sport around the UK and Europe.

Following the orders of Frank Lampard, who had told his team to return directly after being cleared, Chelsea players practiced at 4 pm after receiving results at 2 pm on Tuesday.

On Monday, Premier League had decided the strict protocols for their workouts in a video conference call, the Blues will still have to obey the rules.

Players may work in groups of five retaining social distancing during contactless sessions. Training facilities will be sanitized, the kit will be provided to players’ homes and they don’t need to use the locker rooms and designated parking spaces have been allocated.

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