Chelsea players are continuing their period of self-isolation as the coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of slowing.
All Premier League football has been suspended until the end of April, as authorities try and work out how to fulfil the remainder of the season’s fixtures.
UEFA have already confirmed that Euro 2020 will be postponed until next summer to allow domestic leagues time to finish their games, but the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak could further delay plans.
With that in mind, what is the latest Chelsea news from west London?
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Chelsea’s plans to return to training
Chelsea were one of the main Premier League teams to be directly affected by Covid-19 when it hit the UK.
One of their star players, Callum Hudson-Odoi, tested positive for the virus, shutting down the first team area of the Cobham training ground and sending the players into self-isolation.
The winger has come through the virus and the self-isolation period for the Blues is now over.
However, the club will not be returning to training at Cobham just yet.
Cesc Fabregas opens up on Arsenal release clause decision which allowed Chelsea to seal transfer
Former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has opened up on his departure from the club.
The Spaniard joined La Liga giants in a deal worth £35m in the summer of 2011, after spending eight years in north London after joining the Gunners as a teenager.
Fabregas only won one major honour with the Gunners – the 2005 FA Cup, and failed to lift any silverware after being named captain by former boss Arsene Wenger.
After three seasons at the Camp Nou, the midfielder returned to the Premier League joining Chelsea, where he won the Premier League title twice, one FA Cup and one League Cup.
But the World Cup winner has now revealed how the Gunners opted against re-signing him,…