The Premier League is “as certain as we can be” about England’s top-flight soccer alliance restarting in June, its CEO Richard Masters was cited as saying by the BBC on Friday.
The Premier League has been suspended since March 13 in the midst of the COVID-19 emergency and June 12 has been recognized as a potential date to restart. Players came back to preparing in little gatherings this week.
Among the top European alliances just the Bundesliga has continued.
“We’ve ventured out,” disclosed to BBC Sport.
“It’s incredible for everyone, including the fans, to see our players back on the preparation ground.”
Bosses said that the Premier League stays adaptable on the date of resumption, alternate courses of action were required and “shortening” was as yet a choice.
“We wouldn’t have ventured out return to preparing on the off chance that we weren’t persuaded we had made an extremely protected condition for our players,” he said.
“It is the initial step and we must be certain when we go to contact preparing we have finished those procedures.
“We have done all that we can to make come back to preparing as sheltered as could be expected under the circumstances,” he included.
“We think it is protected to return. We need to regard players’ choices not to come back to preparing. I would be agreeable to come back to preparing.”
Liverpool are top of the table with an important lead over Manchester City.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said on Wednesday that the arrival of contact preparing in first class sports could get government endorsement “not long from now”.