Manchester Metropolis’s first-team squad will return to coaching this afternoon, two days after their journey to Everton was postponed resulting from a Covid-19 outbreak.
The Premier League have been pressured to name off Monday’s sport at Goodison Park after Metropolis revealed that their newest spherical of coronavirus testing had returned “numerous optimistic circumstances”.
These have been along with the optimistic assessments for Kyle Walker, Gabriel Jesus and two different members of workers that have been introduced on Christmas Day.
Metropolis subsequently despatched their complete squad residence and closed the membership’s coaching floor as a way to undertake a deep clear.
With that course of now full and the newest spherical of testing having returned no new optimistic circumstances, Pep Guardiola’s squad are set to renew coaching.
An announcement learn: “Manchester Metropolis FC can affirm that first staff coaching will resume at Metropolis Soccer Academy this afternoon.
“The complete Covid-19 bubble underwent testing yesterday, and outcomes have revealed no new optimistic circumstances.
“Security stays our primary precedence, and the Membership will proceed to proceed with nice warning.
“The primary staff coaching buildings have undergone a deep clear over the previous 48 hours, and the vast majority of these amenities will stay closed, with solely important operations round coaching resuming.
“The bubble will bear additional testing within the coming days, the outcomes of which can inform and dictate the following steps.
“Everybody at Manchester Metropolis continues to want speedy recoveries to all of our colleagues who stay in self isolation following their optimistic assessments.”
Metropolis’s subsequent outing sees them journey to Chelsea within the Premier League on January 3.