Premier League clubs told to recall players from abroad - Football365
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Football365 - Chelsea's Willian is among those who will be told to return to England ahead of training.
The Premier League has advised clubs to consider recalling their players and staff from abroad ahead of a possible return to training in May.

With the season ground to a halt since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, many foreign players have returned to their homeland.

But with 'Project Restart' working towards seeing the Premier League back up and running behind closed doors in early June, the PA news agency understands that the governing body has written to clubs suggesting they should think about returning their players to this country.

They were clear, though, that any return to training next month is subject to the easing of lockdown measures and will be as a result of government advice.

Chelsea's Willian, Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho and Tottenham winger Steve Bergwijn are among some of the big names who are back in their own countries, with City boss Pep Guardiola…
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