By:Nadeemy Haded

English clubs have drawn up a new plan, preparing for the return of the football season, which was halted last month by the outbreak of the Coruna virus.

According to the Daily Mail website, the Premier League clubs have sent the players a 4-step plan, before the upcoming football returns in a few months.

In the first step, the clubs asked the players to stop the intense daily exercises they perform during the home quarantine.

The clubs asked the players to reduce the exercises a lot and deal with the current time, such as the summer vacation that precedes the season, until the fourth of next May.

In the second step, the clubs asked the players to return to the intense exercises on May 4, while the clubs are entering the real stage of preparing for the return of the season.

And she asked the players to expect the return of team training next month, similar to the German clubs, which have already started divided group exercises, among small groups of players.

In the third step, the clubs asked the players to cancel any trips outside of England, even during the training period.

In the fourth step, the clubs asked the players to be psychologically and physically ready, to return to play football, with a notice of no more than 48 hours.

British newspapers considered that the message of the clubs to the players, is a strong indication of the approaching football return in England.

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