Aguero final performed within the Premier League within the Manchester derby on 8 March
Players are “scared” about the prospect of returning to motion amid the coronavirus pandemic, says Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero.
The Premier League is hoping to renew the season on 8 June, which might require gamers to be be again in full coaching by 18 May.
Top-flight golf equipment will meet on Friday to debate choices for the restart.
“The majority of players are scared because they have children and families,” mentioned 31-year-old Aguero.
Speaking to Argentine TV station El Chiringuito, the Argentina internationl Aguero added: “I’m scared but I’m with my girlfriend here and I’m not going to be in contact with other people. I’m locked in my house and the only person I could infect is my girlfriend.
“They’re saying that there are those that have it and haven’t any signs however nonetheless infect you. That’s why I’m right here at dwelling. Maybe I’ve the sickness and I do not even know.”
The Premier League has been suspended since 13 March because of coronavirus but all clubs remain committed to playing this season’s 92 remaining fixtures.
All games are expected to be held behind closed doors and the league is considering making some available on free-to-air TV.
Aguero said he and his team-mates, will be “fairly nervous and further cautious” when they return to work.
“When one particular person is ailing we’ll assume ‘oh what’s taking place right here?’” he added. “I hope a vaccine will likely be discovered quickly in order that this all ends.”
‘Farcical’ face mask proposals
Brighton striker Glenn Murray says some proposed protocols around the Premier League’s return to action are “farcical”.
Reports recommend players will have to wear face masks after they return to coaching.
Murray mentioned the resumption is a “actually troublesome scenario to agree on”.
“Face masks goes to be off-putting; it isn’t going to be pure. People will likely be ripping them off in video games,” he said. “It is kind of farcical.
“I understand why people are desperate to get football on. It has to be done in a sensible way and in the right time and in a way that is going to keep everyone safe.
“There will likely be ambulances at coaching and video games. Is it truthful to take these from the NHS? I don’t know.
“It is not just two squads, there is a lot more involved and it puts more people at risk.”
Arsenal, Brighton and West Ham have opened their coaching grounds to gamers for particular person work.
“I understand the public is desperate to get football back,” mentioned Murray. “But it is us that are going to be going out there and competing against other teams.
“We usually are not speaking about guys in a single group. We are speaking about guys from everywhere in the world who may very well be presumably carrying the illness. There are so many caveats.
“Everyone is in different situations. I have children at home. I wouldn’t want to jeopardise them. Some footballers have newly born children who might be more susceptible to getting the disease.
“Some reside with aged dad and mom. It is a very troublesome scenario to agree on.”