Pep Guardiola flies back to England pending the possible return of Manchester City later this week … with clubs getting the green light to prepare for the Premier League restart in small groups
- Manchester City may resume training at the end of this week
- Pep Guardiola flew back to England after a two-month stay in Spain
- City boss stayed in Barcelona to mourn the death of his mother, Dolors Sala
- Premier League clubs can start training in small groups from Tuesday
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Pep Guardiola has flown back to England with a view to Manchester City who may resume training at the end of this week.
The 49-year-old returned to Spain two months ago after the Premier League season was postponed.
Guardiola stayed in Barcelona to mourn the death of his mother, Dolors Sala, who lost her battle with the corona virus.
Pep Guardiola has now flown back to England pending Manchester City’s return to training
City started testing their players on Monday, with results usually taking 24 hours. They then conduct medical and physical examinations.
Clubs can start training in small groups from Tuesday, although not all teams in the Premier League start immediately.
Raheem Sterling revealed earlier in the week that players will need a full four to five week workout before games resume. Striker Sergio Aguero recently admitted that some top racers are ‘scared’ of the impact this could have on their families.
Meanwhile, city captain David Silva – whose contract expires on June 30 – will continue until the end of the campaign.
City started testing their players on Monday and will conduct physical examinations later