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Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham insists he wants nothing more than to complete this season but he wants the season to return when it’s safe.
Abraham lives with his parents, his brother and sister, and is concerned about the possible implications for his father Anthony, who is asthmatic.
“Everyone can see what’s going on in the world,” Abraham told Daily Mail.
“Everyone wants to come back to football. I love football. It was my first full season at Chelsea, I was having a great season and I would love it to continue.
“The most important thing for me is for everyone to be well and safe, and for things to start opening up. Then by all means football can always come back. If it’s safe to do so let’s do it, but if it’s not then we will wait.
“My dad has asthma, so if I was to return to the Premier League and, God forbid, I do catch this disease and bring it home it’s the worst thing possible.
“The last thing I need is to catch the virus myself or be in contact with anyone with the virus.”
Abraham revealed he will consider moving into isolation in a hotel when the Premier League restarts.
“It’s a hard one,” says the 22-year-old striker. “It’s something we’ve all been thinking about for the last six or seven weeks.
“If the Premier League does come back, I don’t know what I’d do but the hotel could be an option; to self-isolate away from my family.
“I’ve got my dad’s full support for going back. He just wants me to go back. He’s one of my biggest fans.”