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Premier League clubs 'face spending MILLIONS' to fly players back to the UK on private jets in time for training after likes of Bruno Fernandes and Willian returned home before coronavirus lockdown Premier League clubs face spending millions to privately fly players to the UK Several stars left the country to return home to their families before lockdown  Clubs are worried they will have to charter private jets due to travel restrictions Bruno Fernandes, Bernado Silva, Fernandinho and Willian are currently abroad Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

By Kathryn Batte For Mailonline

Published: 10:42 BST, 1 May 2020 | Updated: 10:48 BST, 1 May 2020

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Premier League clubs could have to pay millions in order to fly players back to the UK in time for the resumption of the season, according to reports.

Several stars returned home to be with their families before the coronavirus lockdown was imposed in March.

Football is currently suspended but some clubs have returned to isolated training with the Premier League hoping they can resume the season in June.

Premier League clubs could have to spend millions in order to fly players back to the UK

Premier League clubs could have to spend millions in order to fly players back to the UK

Man United's Bruno Fernandes and Man City's Bernado Silva both went back home to Portugal

Man United's Bruno Fernandes and Man City's Bernado Silva both went back home to Portugal

Some clubs have not set a date for going back to training but, according to the Daily Star, many are

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