N'Golo Kante to miss Premier League??

If the Premier League season resumes, N'Golo Kante is prepared to miss the Rest of the season because of the fear of returning to Chelsea training amid the Corona virus Pandemic.

The club's head coach, Frank Lampard and the club's board are in the full support and the France International has been given the permission to train at home.

Though Kante was seen at the training base of Chelsea's Cobham, he has not trained since after expressing concerns.

However, Kante did returned on Thursday to undergo a second round of the corona virus testing.

Just weeks before the 2018 world cup, Kante lost his older brother to a heart attack. Moreover, Kante himself fainted in training a few months earlier before being given a clean bill of health.

Additionally, Troy Deeney and Danny Rose have expressed their concerns on returning to the training. The Office of National Statistics have suggested in a data that black men and women are almost twice as likely to die due to the corona virus compared to white men and women.

Chelsea is all set to be without Kante for the  nine last Premier League games if the season resumes.

Watford manager, Nigel Pearson has said that Adrian Mariappa's positive test for the corona virus shows how the virus can affect the people in different ways.

Earlier this week, Mariappa tested positive for corona virus along with other two non playing members of the staff. However Pearson has said that, Mariappa is feeling well and is looking forward to return to the training after he's all clear.

As said by Pearson, Mariappa's exceptionally well and is feeling well himself which depicts how the virus can affect people in different ways.

The championship players will also be given the option to self test for corona virus ahead of a planned return to training on Monday.

The EFL has announced to take a flexible approach to testing, and has also outlined the three ways in which the clubs will be able to check their players and verify if they are free from the virus.

As indicated by the EFL the three options are:

1) to have the tests conducted by the independent professionals.

2) to conduct their tests by their own medical staffs.

3) to allow the players to test themselves.

And, as part of the self-test option, players will be required to conduct a swab test at their home or at the training ground on their own before passing their samples to the club to be analysed.