Harambee Stars winger Ayub Timbe and his Reading FC teammates returned to training earlier this week as the English Champions gears for a comeback.
The Championship just as the Premier League had been suspended due to the coronavirus with teams just getting back to training and according to The Royal boss Mark Bowen everybody was trying to push in the sessions.
“Everybody is pushing to try and get back to some sort of normality and there is a real will to get this season done.
“I’m being very much kept in the loop by Nigel Howe, who is working as part of the EFL Board, so I get a lot of information back from him - and there is a real hope we can push forward. There are of course literally hundreds of little bridges that we’ve got to cross to get there, however,” he said.
Timbe joined Reading in January from Chinese Super League side Beijing Renhe on a six months’ loan deal and it is still unclear whether the duration will be extended past next month as the Chinese league is set to resume in a matter of weeks.
Timbe previously has expressed his desire to remain in England and progress his career with the Championship side.