Premier League Players Expressing Fears Over Project Restart On Whatsapp Group

The Government have given the go-ahead for Premier League to resume behind closed doors from June 1 but some of the top flight’s biggest stars are worried about returning to work and have started using a WhatsApp group to express fears over Project Restart.

The welfare of players is still one of the biggest issues facing the prospective return of matches on June 12 – even though no fans will be in attendance.

And a WhatsApp group containing some of the League’s biggest stars is full of concerned messages over the return while coronavirus continues to kill hundreds of people every day in the UK.

Some players like Manchester City star Raheem Sterling, Aston Villa’s Tyrone Mings, and Danny Rose reportedly feel their worries are being overlooked so the Government can make political gains by “boosting the nation’s morale”, according to the Mail.

Prem clubs will consult their players on the latest plans over the next 48 hours and the stars’ concerns will be relayed back to team chiefs during those calls. Follow us on Google newsTwitter and on Facebook

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