Premier League doctors raise concerns
Raising a nation's spirits won't be enough to convince Premier League club doctors about a return to play.
They're seeking answers from the Premier League regarding the safety of their players.
Clubs are due to vote on the league's 'Project Restart' early next week.
UK government medical specialists are scheduled to brief players and managers on Monday.
But club doctors have raised ten areas of concern surrounding a return to play.
Meanwhile hopes for a Bundesliga return could get a huge boost today.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is to discuss safety protocols with the premiers of each of Germany's regions.
Should they reach an agreement, the German Football League will rubber stamp a return tomorrow.
It’s hoped the top two divisions can be back on the pitch within a fortnight.
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