'Project Restart' may have a start date of June 19th or 20th.
The Premier League are to meet today to pore over the latest plans as to how and when to complete the current season.
'Project Restart' may have a start date of June 19th or 20th, with the season set to be wrapped up within 6 weeks.
There were only 4 fresh positive tests for COVID-19 from the 1008 conducted in the latest batch.
Watford captain Troy Deeney, who had expressed concerns over the potential return to play, will resume training.
Clubs such as Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are believed to be opposed to a rebate to broadcasters, but the rebate of over 300 million euro is still expected to be paid.
A window between August 22nd and September 12th could be in play now for next season to resume.
Southampton legend Matt Le Tissier feels the Premier League are on course to return to action next month.
Four people from three clubs have tested positive for coronavirus in the latest round of testing ahead of a return to contact training.
Le Tissier believes the safety protocols are robust enough to ensure players don't spread the virus to their teammates