Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane confirmed that the results of his colleagues in the club for Corona virus came negative, stressing that he is open to the idea of resuming the Premier League.
Tottenham was the first club to decide to return to training individually, according to the rules of social estrangement, to prepare for the resumption of the 2019/20 season of the English Premier League.
“About a week ago we started going to the training center, and we were allowed to have one of the coaches,” Kane said in remarks reported by the British Standard network.
He added: “We did the tests on Monday, all the players, the staff and the technical staff took the Corona tests, and everyone else had negative results, and this is great.”
“The clubs are talking to the Primer League, trying to find a way to train in small groups of four or five players, and I hope each group will be tested regularly.”
He continued: “We take things step by step, and we try to go with the flow. I am personally happy to start the exercises, and I hope that we will be allowed to return to normal as soon as possible.”
On the opposition of more than one player in the resumption of the season: “Each player is different from the other, and each person has his own point of view.”
The England striker believes that the players were subjected to unfair criticism, after the statements of the Minister of Health, Matt Hancock, who asked the players to reduce their salaries, saying: “We have shown that we are doing our best to help support charities, the National Health Service and everyone who fights this The epidemic. ”
He ended his remarks by saying: “Everyone did a lot of work behind the scenes and no one saw that, and we were subjected to unfair criticism at times.”