With Project Restart firmly underway and the Premier League set for its return on 17 June, eyes have shifted to the current rounds of COVID-19 testing going on at every club.
Whilst so far the results have been encouraging, with a very small percentage coming back positive, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he has already suffered - and recovered - from the coronavirus.
Speaking to BBC Radio Leicester, Rodgers spoke about how he contracted the virus very shortly after the season had been suspended, revealing his experience of the illness.
Rodgers said: "Me and my wife had it just after the season broke up. A week later I really started to struggle, I had no smell and no taste. I had no strength, and I really struggled, and my wife was the same as well. I got tested and we both had it. I could hardly walk."
"It reminded me of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, as you climb higher you get more breathless. Walking 10 yards felt very different. I went for a run, and I just couldn’t do it. I felt really weak, had no real appetite, and had a weird sensation for three weeks of having no taste."
Rodgers is back to full health now, and looking forward to getting Leicester's season back up and running away to 17th-placed Watford on 20 June. The Foxes are having their best season since their historic Premier League title win in 2015/16, in no small part down to the excellent management of the Northern Irishman.
They currently sit in third place with nine games to play, eight points ahead of fifth-placed Manchester United. If they can continue their fine form from before the break, Rodgers will return Champions League football to the King Power Stadium.
Source : 90min