Premier League has been suspended from March and the committee has been on discussions on when to resume the tournament. As per the latest reports Premier League will be returning on June 17. The players and the staff has been on quarantine as per the government rules and have been training in their home during the period of lock down.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has given his permission for the Premier League to restart from June 1. The official committee has discussed and settled on for the date June 17 for the resumption of the game. The club has been granted to train on small groups prior to the games and has to strictly follow the rules of social distancing.
Giroud has said that he is glad to be back on the pitch and has realized how much he has missed playing. The training seems very much unusual to him as they are only allowed to work in a group of five and has to maintain two-meter distance. They are also tested twice in a week for COVID and they do not have access to changing rooms.
The 33-year-old centre-forwardtold Uefa.com: “We resumed training [on Tuesday 19 May]. It really feels good to be back on the pitch, to get to see team-mates again and to simply be playing football. I’d really missed it.”
In the period of lock down,Chelsea has sent the players many programmes to help them stay fit. He has been exercising daily and will go for a run in the nearby park. Before the resuming of training in open grounds, all the players of the team did a circuit training which was nice. He also said that all these moments cannot replace the feeling of being back on the pitch and with the resumption of training many of his team mateshaveblisters.