Premier League clubs are preparing for recovery, but the idea of playing on neutral ground has already been shelved.
The British government having announced on Monday that professional competitions could resume in camera from June 1, the Premier League clubs, which were meeting at the same time, had the opportunity to push the discussions even further on a possible reprise.
After indicating that the 20 teams had mentioned a possible stoppage of the season and its repercussions, namely that there would be a title and relegations, the clubs decided above all unanimously that they refused the idea of finishing the 2019-2020 season on neutral grounds as mentioned.
Speaking in a press release, Richard Masters, general manager of the Premier League, said that the health of the players and the staffs was obviously the priority of the priorities, and that various meetings will be held this week to determine how the Championship may resume in the most prudent manner.
A private company has been chosen by the Premier League to carry out all the tests before the training of all the teams and according to the results of the decisions will be taken day by day.
England love football, and Liverpool are impatiently awaiting their crown, but it will not be done at any cost, and in any case, this end of the season will be played without any spectators in the stadiums.