Schalke players training individually until next Monday

FC Schalke 04’s squad will all be placed on individual training regimes up until the end of this week (22nd March). Team training will resume on the following day (23rd March) but will take place behind closed doors.

However, the S04 training complex will remain open for several hours a day to allow players the opportunity to train with Physiotherapists and fitness coaches. The injury list currently consists of Salif Sané, Juan Miranda, Benjamin Stambouli, Daniel Caligiuri and Nick Taitague, who will all be able to continue working towards their comebacks. The centre is also open for other players to drop-in if required.

Long term absentees Omar Mascarell and Ozan Kabak have spent a number of days working on their rehabilitation in Tenerife and Istanbul respectively.


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