By Ollie Lewis For Mailonline
Published: 00:26 BST, 2 May 2020 | Updated: 00:27 BST, 2 May 2020
Jordan Henderson, Harry Kane and Mark Noble have reportedly fielded plenty of calls from worried colleagues over the proposed return of the Premier League amid the coronavirus crisis.
On Friday, all 20 Premier League clubs met for a video conference to discuss plans to launch Project Restart, with clubs aiming for June 12 as the date for the resumption of league action.
How the return of football will look remains unclear, with it a certainty that games will be played behind closed doors while neutral venues have been proposed.
Harry Kane (L) and Jordan Henderson (R) have taken calls from concerned football stars
Premier League has proposed June 12 as the date for Project Restart to resume football action
However, the thoughts of the players themselves have been paid little attention during the talks. This week, Manchester City star Sergio Aguero expressed health and safety concerns over playing football again.
And The Sun reports that the Professional Footballers' Association have taken calls from players worried about the health risks of playing football in the near future.
English trio Henderson, Kane and Noble are