The Blues midfielder is still unconvinced of the plan to restart the championship, despite a negative test for Covid-19 on Tuesday.
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Frank Lampard authorized N’Golo Kanté not to train on Wednesday and Chelsea as a whole supported the decision of one of its star players. Chelsea will allow the 29-year-old to work out at home and will continue his efforts to make his training ground safe for the rest of his team. N’Golo Kante had an injury season and had just returned to the pitch after being absent for an injury before football was canceled in March amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The risk factors associated with the highly contagious and deadly virus are still poorly understood, but data from the Office of National Statistics suggest that black men and women are twice as likely to die from Covid-19. This is also when factors such as health, disability, household composition and surface deprivation are taken into account. N’Golo Kanté also collapsed in Cobham’s dressing room in March 2018 in front of his teammates, causing him to miss a match against Manchester City. Later cardiology tests, however, drew concern about his heart.
Hudson-Odoi was also absent
The former Leicester City star lost his older brother Niama after a heart attack before the 2018 World Cup and the midfielder also lost his father at the age of 11. Callum Hudson-Odoi also missed training on Wednesday due to illness. His absence is not linked to the corona virus or his arrest last weekend amid rape. Tammy Abraham expressed her concern about returning to training during the pandemic due to her father Anthony’s asthma. He still confirmed after his priority was to end the season.
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“My father has asthma, so if I were to go back to the Premier League and, God forbid, I would catch this disease and take it home, it was the worst thing possible. The last thing I need is to catch the virus myself or be in contact with anyone who has the virus “said the striker. Chelsea have seen several other previously injured players return after being sidelined before the season ended, including Abraham, Mateo Kovacic and Christian Pulisic.
N’Golo Kante’s decision follows similar problems with other Premier League clubs when Watford captain Troy Deeney said he would not return to training due to breathing difficulties. her five-month-old son. In addition, Danny Rose from the Newcastle side said that the football players were treated as “guinea pigs” when trying to restart the championship.