Coronavirus: Clubs continue Project Restart talks
English Premier League clubs met yesterday to discuss Project Restart as they push to get players back to training before matches can recommence.
All top-flight matches in England have been put on hold since March 9 due to the coronavirus pandemic and now clubs are working on a plan, dubbed Project Restart, to see out the remainder of the season.
However, the biggest hurdle will be to agree a potential timetable on when and where the remaining 92 matches will take place.
It has been reported that those at risk of relegation, especially, do not want to forfeit their home advantage and are oppose to games being played at neutral stadiums.
In Germany, it is understood that games are set to be played behind closed doors but the home and away factor will still remain.
Leagues have until May 25 to tell the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) whether they plan to restart or cancel their season.