-Premier League football is set to witness the return of football fans to the stadium
-Fans were suspended from match venues in the wake of the pandemic in March
-The government is already proposing a maximum of 4000 spectators at match venues
Premier League is set to witness the return of football fans with latest reports having it that a maximum of 4,000 spectators will be allowed into match venues as from December 3.
The new UK government rules are said to favour the return of fans in a scheme determined by tiers of lockdown restrictions.
According to UK outlet Telegraph, a number of fans in low-risk areas can return to sporting facilities for the first time since March and Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to make an announcement.
Rugby, horse racing and football events will get a chance to witness the return of spectators under the new system.
Consequently, the Champions League game between Manchester United and PSG at the Old Trafford on December 2 will likely see the return of some spectators.
Boris Johnson is expected to make an announcement as regards the return of fans as he outlines the return of grass-root sports.
A much-needed return for children's sport also plays a key part in plans after the medium raised awareness of the plight facing youngsters during its 'Keep Kids Active in Lockdown' campaign.
The wait could be finally over as the United Kingdom government is reportedly planning to give football fans the green light to watch their favourite teams.
The department of culture, media and sport were said to have submitted a proposal which will allow supporters in areas with less COVID-19 infection rates to attend games.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the Premier League table is gradually taking shape after the week 9 round of matches across all centres in England.
Tottenham were the main talking point of the matchday after Jose Mourinho's men defeated Man City by 2-0 to go top of the table and claim bragging rights over Pep Guardiola.
City's miserable season continued as they dropped to 13th on the log but Chelsea moved to third on the log following a convincing 2-0 win over Newcastle.
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