Chelsea have reopened their training ground facilities ahead of the Premier League restart in June, MySportDab reports.
The Blues have allowed players return to Cobham under strict health measures as they look to improve fitness levels ahead of next month.
According to Goal.com, Some of Frank Lampard’s players have returned to outdoor training in Isolation.
However, some player who only recently arrived back in the UK, must undergo 14days Isolation period.
These first-team players include Willian, Christian Pulisic, Pedro, Kepa Arrizabalaga, Emerson, Pedro and Marcos Alonso.
Chelsea plan to get their players ready as soon as possible, but Lampard wants at least three or four weeks of training before his team can play.
OK Monday, The Premier League have a scheduled ‘Project Restart’ meeting, clubs ready to discuss on how and when to restart the Premier League season.
MySportDab understands Chelsea are giving out some hours to players leaving near the training group to come in and make use of the facilities.
Coach Frank Lampard and his Coaching staffs will not be present at the Cobham training ground, but a medical team staff will be present to monitor the players from a distance.