Liverpool’s Chirivella provides inside take on Reds’ plans for football resuming

Liverpool squad man Pedro Chirivella has explained what Reds staff have told the club's players over just when football can resume.

The Reds have more reason than most to want football to return sharply and safely so that they can look to wrap up a first league title in 30 years, as they currently sit 25 points clear at the top of the Premier League.

But with the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic around the globe, plans that are being drawn up for the game to come back are having to be constantly reviewed and altered.

Chirivella has enjoyed something of a low-key renaissance at Liverpool this season, featuring in five games in cup competitions after many supporters had understandably presumed his time at the club was over.

The Spanish midfielder particularly impressed in the FA Cup wins over Everton and Shrewsbury Town, and he's explained what the club have told the squad about when action can resume.

“We have been told that we will be training separately until the middle of May,” the former Valencia youth, who signed for Liverpool in 2013, told Spanish publication Estadio Deportivo.

“Then three or four weeks training with the group and if we can, we could play in June.

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