Chelsea fans have been rocked by the news that star youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi has tested positive for Covid-19 [coronavirus] and has entered a period of self-isolation for 14 days.
News from the Chelsea FC official website confirmed the news and stated that the club training ground facilities will undergo a partial closure. Stamford Bridge will remain open as normal
Any member of staff or first-team squad player who had contact with Callum Hudson-Odoi has entered self-isolation, but as of this time none of those who will follow the government guidelines have been named.
Chelsea’s upcoming fixtures are all postponed after a decision was made on Friday to postpone all English and UEFA European sanctioned games.