The coronavirus has crippled European football over the past two weeks, as the vast majority of the major leagues are now suspended for the foreseeable future.
The Premier League was called off earlier this week, with the governing bodies claiming that the earliest possible return would be April 4 (BBC).
This came after a number of Premier League clubs had players and staff members tested positive for the virus recently.
Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, and Chelsea winger, Callum Hudson-Odoi, were both among the infected, sending their squads into self-isolation (BBC).
However, it appears that Tottenham have been lucky as there have been no reports of player infections over the past week.
Football London even report that the staff and players have returned to Hotspur Way today in order to continue with their training regime, despite the fact that Friday’s West Ham game has been called off.
This should give the Lilywhites a chance to keep fitness high and nurse the likes of Harry Kane, Moussa Sissoko, and Heung-min Son back to match sharpness.
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