Premier League clubs take decision regarding the current season
However, plans to ensure this campaign ends by 30 June were not discussed in the Friday meeting.
The report adds that representatives from all Premier League clubs participated in a video call where several topics were discussed.
The coronavirus has suspended all football activity in the UK and there is no guarantee on when the action will resume.
Sky Sports adds that the Premier League added that they want to complete this season too, however, that depends on getting a green light from the government.
No discussion on pay cuts
Premier League players and their wages has been a hot topic in recent weeks. Some authorities have suggested that the stars can take a wage cut, however, this was not discussed in the recent meeting.
The other thorny issue is the length of the transfer windows. Since the current season could crossover to August, and a new cycle, many players would be left in limbo regarding their futures.
Contracts end before the start of the summer window presently, but this also was not discussed during the meeting.
A spokesperson for the Premier League reiterated that football would restart when it is deemed to be safe (h/t Sky Sports).
Most teams have around nine games left in the current season, and hopefully, the competition can resume soon.
We don’t have much to play for apart from a top four place. Spurs lie eighth in the Premier League standings and we are seven points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.
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