Premier League considering restart in May

The Premier League are looking at continuing the season at the beginning of May and finish by 12th July, according to Martin Samuel at Mail Sport.

The plan is an ambitious one that they’re looking to have in place in order to avoid huge costs to broadcasters like Sky and BT of up to £762m.

For this to happen, games would have to be played behind closed doors, which players may still feel uncomfortable with.

Full story on the Mail Online here.

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