NEIL LENNON has confirmed at this moment in time the bhoys will be due back at Lennoxtown in two weeks time.
The players have been scattered around the globe since the shutdown came into play but anyone outwith Scotland has been asked to make their way back to the country this week. This is so they can quarantine for two weeks so they are ready for training in June.
“June 10 is the mandate, we can start training back in groups, whether that changes between now and then we don’t know, but that’s what we are aiming for,” Neil Lennon told the Express and Star.
“With the league finishing now we can hopefully get a start date for next season and look to build from that.”
We reported last week, the two bhoys from Isreal, Nir Bitton and Hatem Elhamed had returned back to Glasgow at the back end of last week to get prepared. Others like Tom Rogic and Olivier Ntcham will be set to follow.
Interestingly, Odsonne Edouard stuck around in Glasgow and stayed in his digs here throughout the lockdown.
With no date set for the league to come back in any capacity at the moment it’s all about keeping the players fit and ready to go when the time comes.
It will be interesting to see if the likes of Craig Gordon, Jonny Hayes and Calvin Miller report for training with all three out of contract at the end of June.