The Premier League clubs will meet on Friday to discuss plans to restart this season’s 2019/20 championship in June.
The elite football league in England, which has been suspended since mid-March due to the spread of the Covid-19 virus, may return as early as June 8, so that the season ends around the end of July.
The secretary of government for culture, media and sports, Oliver Dowden, says he is working with clubs to return to club matches next month.
During parliamentary questions, he said: “I have personally been in agreement with the Premier League in order to find a solution on how to raise football and resume matches as soon as possible in order to support the entire community. of football ”.
“But, of course, any such move should be in line with public health guidelines.”
The timeline being proposed would allow clubs to return to training sessions around May 18, while some clubs have already begun to open training camps.