”We had a meeting and were told that if everything is going well, we’ll be back in training on 18 May in groups of six. if that goes well, a week or two later, we’ll be able to train as a group.

There will be six players training initially and there won’t be much contact. We’ll be separated and training in different parts of the pitch. Those are precautions have to be followed.”

Andreas Pereira Manchester United

Source: Brazil’s Globoesport

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