It was revealed on Sunday by the Times that Premier League clubs are working towards a potential restart as early as June 8 after the UK Government confirmed their intention to have live sporting action resume as soon as it was safe to do so.
The government has reportedly ruled that football players are employees who can’t do their work properly from home, thus permitting clubs to resume training schedules.
Tottenham confirmed yesterday that their players will begin training at Hotspur Way on Tuesday but insisted that social distancing protocols will be maintained.
They claimed that they would do this by making a number of pitches available to players and by restricting the number of stars who are allowed at the training facility each day.
It looks as if Harry Kane is among the first players to be called back today, as he was pictured arriving at Hotspur Way this morning.
talkSPORT confirmed this week that the striker has fully recovered from the hamstring injury he picked up on New Year’s Day.
Harry Kane pictured arriving at Hotspur Way this morning for an individual session. pic.twitter.com/kE0eJO8WI2
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Spurs Web Opinion
If the league does resume at the start of June, it looks like we will have a fully fit squad at our disposal. With the likes of Kane and Son back in action, I believe we certainly still have a shot of making up the points disparity from fourth spot and qualifying for the Champions League.
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