- The 2019/20 campaign is likely to restart in the middle of June.
- A few players have refused to return to training amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Carragher expects to season to get back underway unless the players rebel en masse.
Jamie Carragher is confident that the 2019/20 Premier League campaign's return will not be derailed by a few players refusing to return to action.
Speaking on Sky Sports, the former Liverpool man said: "We have always said on this show that if a player does not feel safe or sound to go back, he can't go back.
"This was always going to be the case that maybe one or two players in every squad may not feel safe and may not want to go back.
"I do not think that would stop the Premier League going on. If players en masse said they did not want to be involved, then that would be a big problem.
"But if one or two players in every club, that is something the clubs and Premier League will just have to accept and try and get them on board going forward."
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