Leeds players have concerns over Zika virus ahead of post-season trip to Burma, admits Paul Heckingbottom: 'We have to put those fears put to bed'
Leeds United's players have expressed their concerns over the Zika virus ahead of the club's controversial tour of Burma.
The Elland Road side announced on Tuesday morning, following Sportsmail's revelation on Monday night, that they would be visiting the Southeast Asian country for two friendly matches, including a game against the national side.
The UK's Foreign Office has recommended avoiding significant swathes of the country, barring essential travel. Leeds will not play in those areas.
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