By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 17/03/20 6:49pm
Tottenham are among the clubs still in training this week
Some Premier League teams are in self-isolation, some training grounds have been closed as a precaution, others are still taking to the grass. What is your club doing as the coronavirus outbreak takes off?
Arsenal are due to return to training on March 24, which is 14 days after the players last had contact with head coach Mikel Arteta, who tested positive for the coronavirus.
Aston Villa have shut down their training ground for the rest of the week: The players trained yesterday but have now been sent home with individual training programmes.
Callum Hudson-Odoi is “doing well and looking forward to returning to the training ground” after having the virus
Bournemouth are off and training at home until next Monday, March 23. The Cherries are also among a number of clubs to close their stadium and keep staff at home in line with government guidelines.
Brighton have given their players a break from training. They are due back at the training ground on Friday when their schedules will be reviewed.
Burnley trained yesterday, as boss Sean Dyche was named Manager of the Month for February. New chief executive Neil Hart said: “We will do what’s right for the well-being of our supporters, staff and everyone involved with the club.”
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