Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola and eight players from the first team of City can face 14 days of mandatory self-isolation when they return to Britain to continue the matches, writes “The Times”.
Professional football in England was suspended last month due to coronavirus, while government restrictive measures will be in effect until May 7.
The Premier League plans to continue racing in June, with foreign players and coaches returning to England being asked to stay in solitary confinement for two weeks as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
It is reported that at least four head coaches and players from several teams may be affected.
Guardiola is in Spain after the death of his mother last month. Meanwhile, eight other City players are in their home countries.
Wolverhampton boss Nuno Espirito Santo and his coaching staff are in Portugal, while five other club players are not in England.
Norwich City boss Daniel Farke and Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuettl, as well as some of their club’s players, are also not in England. The same is true of Brighton.
Tottenham striker Son Heung-min launched compulsory three-week military service in South Korea on April 20.
Premier League clubs will hold a video conference on Friday to discuss the end of the season.