Premier League injury latest: Club-by-club guide to who’s fit for Project Restart

Premier League clubs are set to get back into action from June 17.

With jostling over Champions League and Europa League qualification and a relegation battle all set to resume as soon as next month, attention has now turned back to the players and who will be fit and ready to go.

Manchester United could be the biggest winners with Chelsea also welcoming first-team stars back into the fold, with Harry Kane and Aymeric Laporte ready to finish the season with Tottenham and Manchester City respectively.

Daily Star Sport have now taken a look at how all 20 clubs are looking ahead of their first match since March, with returning stars set to play a crucial role in how the final table shapes up.

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AFC Bournemouth

Premier League injury latest: Club-by-club guide to who’s fit for Project Restart

In Training:

David Brooks – pictured in training following ankle ligament injury

Injured:

Aaron Ramsdale – Positive COVID-19 test – Expected return: June 2020

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Arsenal

Premier League injury latest: Club-by-club guide to who’s fit for Project Restart

In Training:

Lucas Torreira

Kieran Tierney

Injured:

Calum Chambers – Ruptured ACL – Expected return: August 2020 – returned to light training

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Aston Villa

Premier League injury latest: Club-by-club guide to who’s fit for Project Restart

Injured:

Wesley – ACL injury – Return date unknown – Running but still feeling pain in his knee

Tom Heaton – ACL injury – Expected return: June/July 2020 – aiming to return to full fitness ahead of league resumption

Jed Steer – Achilles injury – Return date unknown

Frederic Guilbert – Knee injury – Return date unknown

John McGinn – Knee injury – returned to light training but unlikely to be available for team selection

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