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Ashley Young looks almost unrecognizable when he returns to Inter training with a full head of hair

That is chilling! Inter Milan star Ashley Young shows off his new – and very different – look as he returns to training, hoping Serie A can restart behind closed doors next month

  • Ashley Young returned to training at Inter Milan early this week
  • The 34-year-old looked very different when he showed his new head of hair
  • Young had put on the shaved look before growing it during the closing
  • It is hoped that Serie A games can start again next month
  • Here’s how you can help people affected by Covid-19

Inter Milan star Ashley Young looked almost unrecognizable when he returned to Inter Milan with a full head of hair.

Young, who moved from Manchester United to Inter in January, like most, has had to do without a trim in recent months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The former English international has been locked with Italy as one of the hardest hit countries in Europe since March, but measures are now slowly easing.

Ashley Young showed his new look when Inter Milan returned to training on Monday

Ashley Young showed his new look when Inter Milan returned to training on Monday

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced that shops, salons, hairdressers, pubs, restaurants and museums could reopen from Monday, while Serie A clubs were given the green light to train again in small groups.

Despite hairdressers opening up again, Young clearly didn’t have time to clean up before training on Monday, showing off his new – and very different – look.

Top clubs across the country returned to the training field early this week, despite Parma confirming that two of their players had tested positive for the virus.

Because of the coronavirus, Young had attracted the shaved eye for closure in Italy

Because of the coronavirus, Young had attracted the shaved eye for closure in Italy

Because of the coronavirus, Young had attracted the shaved eye for closure in Italy

The Italian government has drawn up a protocol to put an entire squad in a 15-day quarantine if a player tests positive for coronavirus, but clubs and the Players’ Association have rejected these rules.

There is still uncertainty as to when Serie A can return to action, although there is hope that matches can be resumed behind closed doors next month.

The Bundesliga in Germany is the only big league in Europe that has started again.


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