MLS suspended play on March 12 as the coronavirus pandemic began to affect cities throughout North America. However, ESPN sources recently said that the league was eyeing June 1 as the date for players and coaches to arrive at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando to begin group training.
A Philadelphia Union player has tested positive for COVID-19, the team announced on Wednesday.
The player is the first in MLS to have tested positive. Back on March 15, the Seattle Sounders announced that a member of its support staff had tested positive. New York City FC made a similar announcement four days later about a member of its sporting department.
"The Union medical staff has been working directly with Crozer-Keystone Health System medical officials to treat the player who experienced...