Sport might not resume in England until June 1 -Government

Premier League clubs are meeting on today May 11 to discuss their plans to restart the current season, after the stoppage caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, as they await detailed policy instructions from the UK government.

A series of meetings are scheduled for this week, including with the government, who are expected on Tuesday to publish a paper on plans and guidelines for elite sport.

No vote on the proposal for games to be held at neutral grounds is expected but consultations will go on throughout the coming days with players and managers as well as government officials and medical experts.

The Premier League is hoping to get the green light for a restart to the 2019-20 season in June but has to give European governing body Uefa details of their plans by May 25.