The latest Premier League return plan that could be great for Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs fans

The Premier League could be set to return as a “TV event” in June or July following the coronavirus pandemic that has postponed the football season indefinitely.

The majority of teams in the English top-flight have just nine games of the season left, and clubs are desperate to finish the season.

A source from the Times, as explained by the Daily Mail, has been in contact with key figures in the Premier League.

The reports suggest that when the season does resume, it could be a mega TV event that could have multiple games on a day, which could also be played at Wembley.

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“By June or July, they will be playing games solely as TV events,” the source said to the Times.

“If they have to play four games a day at Wembley to get it done, they will do that.”

As things stand, the season has no return date, with the UK still currently on lockdown to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

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However, teams in Germany have resumed training once again, but have had to restrict the amount of players in each session.

The prospect of playing games at Wembley will not be an unfamiliar one for Premier League viewers, with Tottenham Hotspur having to play their home matches there whilst their brand-new stadium was in the process of being built.

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  – The Champions League and Europa League have been suspended, and UEFA have released a statement on what could happen next.

  – The Premier League clubs have also made a decision, with the top flight and other professional leagues suspended indefinitely.

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