Premiership clubs are hoping to continue the Premier League on June 8 and end it in July, the BBC reported on Monday. This week, the Premier League is launching its “Restart Project” according to which clubs could return to full training by May 18, which would allow them to continue the competition 20 days later.
On Friday, there will be a meeting of all the clubs to discuss the conditions of return to the competition, which was interrupted on March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The meeting will decide which stadiums will be able to play the remaining 92 games by the end of the season, although it is expected that there will be no spectators in the stands, so they will be able to watch for free via the small screens.
However, the final word on the continuation of the Premier League will be given by the British government, which has adopted five measures that must be met, one of which is enhanced coronavirus testing.