- Premier League are planning to restart the season on June 12
- They are proposing that the remaining matches be played at neutral venues
- Liverpool are currently topping the Premier League standings
Premier League board are now planning to restart the English topflight division on June 12 in which all the remaining games of the season will be played behind closed doors.
But that will be if the Government of the United Kingdom should agree for football to return in England.
Should they accept, then all the 20 clubs in the Premier League will play all their games at neutral grounds.
Due to the continuous threat of coronavirus, Premier League board were forced to suspend the topflight so as to prevent the spread of the disease.
And since then, the League body have been deliberating on many ways they can go through for the possibility of the season to restart.
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According to the report on UK Sun, Premier League chiefs also had video conference meeting on Friday, May 1, where they talked on many issues about the League.
Clubs remain determined to finish the season if possible - as long as there is government approval.
Boris Johnson who is England Prime Minister has reportedly signalled the national lockdown will only be eased in stages before it can be cancelled totally.
The report added that the Premier League clubs have agreed to meet again next week Friday for them to reach a meaningful conclusion.
Liverpool will be the greatest beneficiaries should the League resumes because they will have the chance to win the title.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how French League giants Lille are reportedly willing to allow Nigerian star Victor Osimhen to join Liverpool this summer provided they meet his valuation.
The Reds have been linked with a move for the Super Eagles striker and football transfer expert Duncan Castles claims they have established contact with the Ligue 1 side.
Osimhen only joined Lille from Belgian side Sporting Charleroi last summer and he recorded 13 league goals in 28 appearances in his debut season.
According to UK Express, the 2019 AFCON bronze medal winner has been tipped to be among top forwards next season - reasons they are hoping to cash in on player now.
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