N’Golo Kante is set up to miss the rest of the Premier League season, in the event that it resumes, in the midst of fears over coming back to Chelsea preparing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The France global has been offered authorization to prepare at home and he has the full help of lead trainer Frank Lampard and the club’s board.
Kante was at Chelsea’s Cobham preparing base on Tuesday yet has not prepared since subsequent to communicating concerns.
The 29-year-old, however, returned on Thursday to experience a second round of coronavirus testing.
Kante lost his more established sibling to a cardiovascular failure only weeks before the World Cup in 2018. A couple of months sooner, the player himself swooned in preparing before being given a physician’s approval.
Troy Deeney and Danny Rose have likewise communicated worries about coming back to preparing with information from the Office of National Statistics proposing dark people are twice as prone to kick the bucket from coronavirus contrasted with white people.
Chelsea are set to be without Kante for their last nine staying Premier League games, if the season resumes.