Former Wolves fitness guru Tony Daley believes Championship players are being rushed back to action too quickly.
The ex-England international, who spent a decade at Molineux as the club’s head of sports science and conditioning, is wary of the timeframe to restart the competition.
The English Football League announced on Sunday that the league is due to resume on 20 June after it was halted in March by the coronavirus pandemic.
Clubs were angry after not all were consulted, with QPR boss Mark Warburton insisting the plan puts players’ safety at risk.
Out-of-contract Charlton stars Lyle Taylor and Chris Solly, along with Birmingham loanee David Davis, will not play for the Addicks due to fears they will get injured and ruin summer moves, and Daley feels returning so quickly is a gamble.
“It’s definitely a week, minimum, too early to come back,” he told the PA news agency