According to The Telegraph and several English media is the Premier League clubs on Thursday agreed on a date for the reopening of the Premier League.
the Media writes that the clubs in the community have come forward to the best English series to resume 19. June after a long period of time without the ball due to coronapandemien.
And the news is also being shared on Twitter, where the recognised journalist John Percy also confirms that the clubs have reached an agreement.
'From today's Premier League meeting: A majority of the clubs agree to restart the season 19-20. June, where the season will be completed 1. august,' writes John Percy on Twitter.
From today's Premier League meeting: majority of clubs are keen to restart the season on June 19/20, with the season to conclude on/by August 1. #ProjectRestart— John Percy (@JPercyTelegraph) May 28, 2020
Previously walked rumors otherwise, that the Premier League should be 12. June, but the proposal has been postponed by a week, that is, if you are to believe what the media and John Percy reports on.
the Premier League itself has not yet been at the keys and confirmed the new start date, but the parties sitting at the moment in the negotiations at a meeting where one is supposed to be reached. Earlier have also discussed the possibilities to start up again in June.
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