Ceballos told when Premier League will resume

Ceballos told when Premier League will resume

London Arsenal midfielder Dani Ceballos shared information regarding when the Premier League will start to finish the season.

As it became known, the Premier League shareholders have approved medical protocols of the first stage from the beginning of the past week. According to the decision, the clubs have commenced group trainings in small groups and gradually began gaining shape. Whereas, there are no contact trainings for now that can only begin in case if the second stage of the Restart project is approved.

There are still concerns in the Premier League regarding that as the Premier League must conduct a conference with managers and captains. After that, protocols will be sent transferred to the vote of shareholders. If medical protocols of the second stage will not be accepted by the clubs or the shareholders, the resumption of the season will be in jeopardy.

Nevertheless, the other day Dani Ceballos told an inside, in which he clearly points out causal relationship of the Premier League season resumption compared to other leagues,

“We passed the tests 48 hours ago, and they are negative for our entire team. England will start one week after the date spoken of in Spain. If La Liga starts on 12 June, the Premier League will resume on 20 June, Ceballos said in an interview to TVE.

Despite the fact that testing passed successfully, several cases of the coronavirus infection in the Premier League are still present. For obvious reasons, the league does not disclose the names of those infected, so we can only wait for the decision of the shareholders, which should be announced next week.

As for the words of Ceballos, they are believeable, because the player has the opportunity to contact the players of Real Madrid, who are aware of the situation in the Premier League. The player is on loan at London Arsenal until the end of the season, but does not intend to pursue a career in London and hopes to return to Spain.