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Manchester United’s Training Preparations

Manchester United have begun putting preparations in place for players to resume training next week, as per the Manchester Evening News.

The government have recently given the green light for sport to resume from June 1st behind closed doors, prompting the potential restart of the Premier League.

Although players have been following fitness regimes at home and recently in parks, the United squad have not been together at Carrington since March 13th. This is scheduled to change from Monday, with grounds staff relaying the pitches in time for the return of training.

As of next week, groups of twos and threes will return to the complex, with the majority of coaching staff remaining at home. Social distancing is obviously the main concern, but the club are prepared to put measures in place to abide by such regulations.

Andreas Pereira has previously revealed that contact will be very limited, if any at all, and that players will be separated to different parts of the pitch.

Like many re-entering the workplace, precautions and performances will be monitored on a daily basis. The hopes are that the introductory week will be successful, with the hope of bringing more players into the equation at the same time moving forward.

Whilst an official date for the return of the PL is yet to be announced, clubs are clearly putting motions in place to get back on the field, albeit in very unique conditions.


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