Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero admits the majority of players are “scared” of going back to training during the coronavirus crisis.
Aguero said: “The majority of players are scared because they have family, they have children, they have babies.
“When we go back, I imagine that we will be very tense, we will be very careful and the moment someone feels ill, you will think: ‘what’s gone on there’.
“It does scare me but I have just been here with my girlfriend, I haven’t had contact with other people.
“I hope there is a vaccine so all this ends.”
“[But] there is no desire to end the season at this time. We want to play the games.
“There is a great will to play the games. We simply can’t afford to not play but nothing will be done without government approval.
“If we wait for a vaccine or herd immunity it could be 18 months without football and 90 per cent of clubs would go bust.
“Even if we sacked 95 per cent of our employees, we’d still go bust because we would still have to pay the players.”