Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has revealed that his players are in contact with a psychologist during the unprecedented coronavirus shutdown.
The Gunners squad, along with the rest of the Premier League, continue confined to their homes in order to follow government regulations on stopping the spread of the disease.
Such measures have obviously interrupted regular training, with players performing their own routines in isolation to keep up fitness levels.
“We have our psychologist who is looking after the players and is always in constant communication with them,” Arteta explained to Sky Sports.
“But as well we’re having feedback from different people and we’re constantly sending information and videos and keeping them busy.
“And as well, keeping them close to their job and close to the people that are related to their job, which is us and my coaching staff.