BURNLEY will not be training for the forseeable future due to the coronavirus outbreak, instead using fitness programmes at home.

The virus means the Premier League is on hold until at least April 30 and there is no set date for when football will resume.

Sean Dyche's men trained for the first two days of last week until being sent home to spend time with their families due to the latest government advice.

The Clarets players won't be returning to the Barnfield Training Centre until April 6 at the earliest, and it was confirmed last week that staff at the club would be working from home while the club shop and ticket office will remain closed.

A club statement this morning said: "The Burnley squad last trained together on Tuesday of last week, before being given a few days off with their families.

"It has since been decided they will remain at home with individual fitness programmes until at least April 6.

"Please stay safe with your loved ones."

Temperature checks upon arrival and extra hand sanitisers had been introduced at Gawthorpe before training was suspended.

Burnley are due to welcome Wolves to Turf Moor in their next scheduled fixture in the Premier League in early May, but no one is sure whether that game will take place.