Premier League players could reportedly have the final say on whether the competition returns this season.
There has been no Premier League football since mid-March with Covid-19 having caused havoc for football around the world.
Hope remains that the current season can be completed with Liverpool on the verge of winning their maiden title.
Should football return, it would have to do so under strict regulations and behind closed doors.
And The Mirror claim that the players themselves could have a large say with clubs set to talk to their players in the next 48 hours.
It’s claimed the clubs will gauge opinions about whether their players are prepared to carry on under the current Project Restart proposals.
The Premier League has been postponed since mid-March due to Covid-19
The PFA and LMA will also be consulted with the outcome of the talks potentially being what the Premier League use to decide if they can push on.
The Mirror add that player welfare was a big topic of discussion in last Friday’s Premier League meeting with players having health concerns.
One of the major question marks is reportedly whether players would be covered by insurance should they get coronavirus.
There have been suggestions that players will have to wear face masks in training with Brighton ace Glenn Murray vocal in his disagreement.
The Premier League will not return until June at the earliest
Murray said: “We have got to look at the Premier League as the global brand it is and the reason it is that big is because of the quality of the players that are in it.
“To be hindering ourselves… face masks is going to be off-putting, it is not going to be natural, people will be ripping them off in games. It is quite farcical.
Today’s top football stories on Daily Star
“I understand why people are desperate to get football on. It has to be done in a sensible way and in the…