It's set to come before congress next year.
A split GAA season could be introduced as soon as 2022.
The GAA's Fixtures Review Task Force has recommended a split-season model, the merits of which will be put to counties before the 2021 Congress.
Under the proposals, the All Ireland finals will be wrapped up by late July.
The Football Championship would also undergo radical alterations, and the GAA’s Feargal McGill realises it may take a lot of convincing to change.