Callum Hudson-Odoi has given Chelsea fans a little update on his fitness after posting a video of himself running outside.
The 19-year-old was the one Blues player to have tested positive for coronavirus, then having to go into self-isolation, like the rest of the squad.
However, that period has now come to an end, and having come through the virus the Blues player is on lockdown with the rest of the UK.
As part of the rules, people are allowed outside to exercise once a day, something that the Chelsea first team have been making use of.
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Tammy Abraham also posted a video yesterday of himself running outside before returning to his home.
Hudson-Odoi also had injury issues before the coronavirus outbreak, however is expected to be fit when football does eventually return.
That is also the case with Abraham, with Christian Pulisic also expected to be fully fit once the Premier League returns to action.
Chelsea during the break
N’Golo Kante has struggled with injuries over the course of the season, but the hiatus in proceedings might well have given him valuable time to rest up.
The FA announced today that non-League football below the Vanarama National Leagues will be cancelled for the season, meaning the campaigns will be null and void.
However, a decision is yet to be made on professional football, however it is unlikely that the April 30 timeframe will come to fruition.