- That will allow individual training and groups of no more than five players per pitch, with training times staggered.
Premier League clubs are set to return to training by tomorrow as they have voted to approve a formal return to the ground.
In state one of the agreement, as per training protocols all top 20 top squads will begin their basic work from tomorrow (Tuesday).
That will allow individual training and groups of no more than five players per pitch, with training times staggered.
The green light came as part of the latest video meeting of the 20 “shareholder” clubs, which lasted around two and a half hours.
There are number of other issues that came under discussion, which includes their desire to play all the remaining 92 games this season in home stadiums rather than at neutral venues.
The proposed £330m rebate to broadcasters was also raised around the virtual boardroom table.
All players will undergo coronavirus test either Sunday or today before being passed fit to train. Any players testing negative must self-isolate for seven days and not train.
Even when players turn up, at specific times and no more than 15 minutes before the start of their maximum 75-minute sessions, they must submit to temperature checks and fill in a health questionnaire.
All players and training staff must bring their own equipment, with the exception of boots that can be left at the training ground.
But all bibs, cones, balls, boots, gloves and other pieces of training apparatus must be disinfected before and after use.
Players can only work in small groups and must socially distance, staying at least 2m apart.