Premier League outfits are making plans as they prepare to play next season behind closed doors.
The 20 clubs are discussing the best way to resume the current campaign while ensuring the safety of everyone involved.
But some are concerned with how they will be affected if next season is played behind closed doors.
A high-profile executive does not envision fans being able to attend the matches until a vaccine for Covid-19 is found, reports the Daily Mail.
This deadline could stretch into 2021, which means clubs need to assess how a year with no day income would affect finances.
Friday, the 20 clubs organized a videoconference where the cancellation of the current season for health reasons was warned.
The first six have warned that this could set a precedent that should follow next season.
Another meeting is scheduled for next Friday, where the clubs will discuss how best to resume the current campaign which may end in a vote.
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The selection of neutral venues to host matches was presented as a potential idea, while playing behind closed doors is also a possibility.
But canceling the season all together remains an option with nine games remaining for the majority of teams.
Ligue 1 and Eredivisie have decided to end their seasons prematurely, but are now struggling with the backlash.
The French league has taken the decision to decide the final classification of the league, which means that the European qualification and relegation have been honored.
Those from the Netherlands chose to declare the season null, which ended the promotion ambitions of those of the second level.