Brazil soccer has been suspended since mid-March as part of efforts to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Flamengo officials have asked permission from the authorities to resume training under a strict protocol that includes regulator testing of players and officials, Xinhua news agency reported.
“Let’s see what the authorities say about the teams who will return to training,” Jesus told FlaTV when he arrived in Rio Santos Dumont The airport is late on Friday.
“They are workers like everyone else. The players have the advantage of testing and working outside the home. We must be careful, this is no joke. I was asked in Portugal if I would put myself in the eye of a storm when I returned to Rio. We would receive it day after day. ”
The Brazilian club cannot continue training without authorization from their relevant state government, which has not made a statement.
Brazil has 92,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases and more than 6,000 deaths, according to the latest health ministry figures.