As the Coronavirus pandemic have halted all the sporting world including the ongoing season of Premier League, which has been suspended indefinitely since last month.
England’s domestic competition Premier League could be back in action as early as June 8 to have the season finished by July this year.
On Friday, all the Premier League clubs will be meeting to discuss plans to resuming the Premier League 2019-2020 season goal.com reported.
UK Secretary for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport, Oliver Dowden has also said that he is working with the clubs to start the league by June.
“I personally have been in talks with the Premier League with a view to getting football up and running as soon as possible in order to support the whole football community,” Goal.com quoted Dowden as saying.
“But, of course, any such moves would have to be consistent with public health guidance,” he added.
The Premier League matches are likely to be played behind closed doors initially. If the competition has to start by June 8, then teams needs to start their training by May 18.
On Monday, Arsenal, Everton and West Ham clubs allowed their players to return to their training ground but asked them to maintain social distancing.