French international midfielder N’Golo Kanté has been permitted to train at home for the foreseeable future after missing a Phase 1 training session at Chelsea on Wednesday owing to personal concerns about contracting COVID-19, according to The Telegraph.
Kanté is COVID-19 negative, having undergone a test at the Cobham Training Centre on Tuesday, but has a history of heart conditions in his family and is worried about his personal safety and that of his family’s.
His team-mates are understood to have been fully supportive of his decision – Kanté, 29, will continue to train at home. He collapsed in the Cobham dressing room in March 2018 in front of his team-mates, which led him to miss a fixture against Manchester City.
Tests on his heart however indicated that there was no source of serious underlying concern.