Liverpool midfielder Pedro Chirivella has revealed that the Reds squad has been told when they are set to return to training, as the hopes of kickstarting the Premier League season build.
With continued uncertainty over the outcome and resolution of the season, league leaders Liverpool will hoping for a return more than most as they look to seal a first top flight title in over 30 years.
While the Premier League are hesitant to set a date on the return of live fixtures due to the ever-changing nature of the situation, there is continued optimism that games may commence from 8 June – even if it requires behind closed doors game to occur.
As such, midfielder Chirivella explained, as quoted by the Daily Express, “
“Then three or four weeks training with the group and if we can, we could play in June.
“So I sent them the Barcelona game, and then I sent the Man City game, the Leicester away game, and the United at home game,” the German added.