Ralph Hasenhuttl has been seeking advice from his German counterparts ahead of Saints’ potential return to training on Tuesday. Hasenhuttl, who spent lockdown in Munich with his family, wanted to gain an understanding as to how they managed with small groups. German football made its return over the weekend and showed other leagues it’s possible to play during the coronavirus crisis.
Hassenhuttl said: “I have had a lot of contact with German managers and I’ve asked them how they are handling the sessions, showering and eating together. It will be a little bit different, but it will be a small step back to a normality that everyone is looking for. This is what we all want.”
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