French midfielder N'Golo Canté resumed training with other Chelsea players. The Telegraph reports that Kante participated in the routine of Frank Lampard’s team yesterday and today as a routine. Previously, the Frenchman trained exclusively individually for fear of contracting a coronavirus. British journalists claim that the London club managed to convince Kant that participation in team activities and in the remaining matches of this season would not harm his health. Chelsea will play the first game after a coronavirus pause on June 21. As part of the 30th round of the Premier League, Londoners will meet with Aston Villa. Lampard's team is currently in fourth place, three points ahead of Manchester United. This season, the 29-year-old Kante has played 18 matches in the Premier League, scoring 3 goals.