English clubs will from Tuesday afternoon return to training ahead of the planned Premier League resumption.
Premier League stakeholders voted on Monday afternoon unanimously voted to return to training as they push to complete the 2019/20 that has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Newcastle United and Wolves are among the first clubs to confirm they will be returning to their training ground following the agreement.
“Newcastle United’s players are set to return in small groups to the club’s training ground this week as they begin their preparations for the proposed resumption of the 2019/20 Premier League campaign,” read a statement on the club’s official website.
A similar statement from Wolves, which was posted on the club’s official website indicated the players will be back on Tuesday.
The players will, however, be forced to work in small groups, and there won’t be any contact as they will keep social distance.
England’s top-flight football was first postponed on March 13th, before it was indefinitely suspended on April 3rd.
Action is set to resume on June 12th, at the earliest.