Premier League clubs have to spend millions of dollars to fly players back to the UK in time for training
Premier League clubs have to spend millions of dollars to fly private jet players back to the UK for training after Bruno Fernandes and Willian returned home before the corona virus was shut down
- Premier League clubs have to spend millions to fly players to the UK privately
- Several stars left the country to return to their families before being incarcerated
- Clubs fear that due to travel restrictions they will have to charter private jets
- Bruno Fernandes, Bernado Silva, Fernandinho and Willian are currently abroad
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Premier League clubs should be able to pay millions to fly players back to the UK in time for the resumption of the season, according to reports.
Several stars returned home to be with their families before the coronavirus lock was imposed in March.
Football is currently suspended, but some clubs have returned to insulated Premier League training in hopes of resuming the season in June.
Premier League clubs would have to spend millions to fly players back to the UK
Bruno Fernandes of Man United and Bernado Silva of Man City both went back to Portugal
Some clubs have not set a date to start training again, but according to the Daily starMany fear that their players will not be able to get back to the country in time due to travel restrictions around the world.
This would compel them to pay for private jets to fly their stars back to the UK, which could cost millions.
Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United and Bernado Silva of Man City both returned to Portugal, while fellow townsman Fernandinho and Chelsea’s Willian returned to Brazil.
City’s Fernandinho and Chelsea’s Willian went back to Brazil before the lockdown was imposed
The reported cost of chartering an airplane from Brazil to the UK is £ 500,000, but clubs think companies like PrivateFly and NetJets will raise their prices due to the pandemic.
Some teams have supposedly discussed the idea of sharing travel expenses and asking Willian and Fernandinho to travel together again.
Anyone returning to the UK will also have to remain in quarantine for two weeks because of the coronavirus laws that will prevent stars from starting the required three-week training before competitive football resumes.
Anyone returning to the UK must also be quarantined for two weeks due to coronavirus laws
The Premier League meets today to discuss plans to complete the 2019-2020 season.
Several stars trained at home with Fernandes training intensively on his exercise bike, while Willian and Fernandinho were running a bit.
The Chelsea star even had his two daughters help with a workout by throwing the ball for him to play volleyball back.