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Chelsea behind the scenes: Ruben Loftus-Cheek injury, Jadon Sancho move and Kepa’s role


Still a long wait

The push back of the Premier League was, of course, the right thing to do. Football leagues around the world have had to be put on hold due to the coronavirus crisis.

The date for April 30 as a return has also been pushed back, but there is no indication yet on when football will be back.

However, the Premier League are keen on trying to end the 2019/20 if it is safe to do so.

That could mean a return to action in June/July, with matches potentially behind closed doors if necessary.

There is still a wait to go, however.

Frank Lampard after Chelsea’s win over Everton (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

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