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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi have tested positive for coronavirus and both clubs have been on temporary shutdown to avoid a spread of the virus.
Many clubs across the country have sent their players and staff home as the league is on a three weeks break, to resume on April 4.
Despite the whole situation regarding coronavirus, Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa seems to pushing his side, as Daily Mail claim Leeds will not be giving their players any extra time off after Bielsa decided to push ahead with regular training sessions.
Leeds are currently top of the Championship table and are just a point ahead of West Bromwich Albion, and Bielsa is keen on winning the Championship and gaining promotion to the Premier League.
Leeds United players and staff are said to be shocked at the decision of the manager as they thought they would observe a break as the rest of the teams in the division and the top flight.
For Bielsa, he is determined to keep his players focused and fit, but his decision has been questioned by the club’s medical staff.
Also, reports claim that Manchester United boss Olè Gunnar Solskjaer wants his players to maintain their fitness level and agility, despite the forced break on the EPL.
Report also claims that United are looking to organise small number of friendly games, as they aim to prepare the players for April 4 resumption date of the league.
Do you think Chelsea manager Frank Lampard should tow this line after the self isolation period is concluded? Or is this a step too far?