The Premier League will value this Friday to set June 30 as the season limit

first_imgFinishing the season before June 30 would have to have the go-ahead from the British authorities by May and on the other hand, would help the stage for next season. And it is that different actors of English football have been reluctant to sacrifice the following year for the current one.According to the BBC, several clubs have agreed on informal talks, but not all. Brighton owner Tony Bloom explained Thursday that he does not see June 30 as a kind of point of no return. “It is a unique situation, all options will have to be valued,” he said.The clear intention of the Premier’s leaders is finish the league even if it has to be played in the summer, and a joint management of the calendars of the other national competitions is also needed, as urged also by UEFA and the Association of European Clubs (ECA), who chose to request that the competitions not be canceled early. The Premier League clubs and executives are scheduled for Friday in an important meeting with the future of the competition on the table, in the face of the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the idea that many teams defend try not to extend the season beyond June 30.The objective of the clubs that have had different conversations in recent days is avoid potential conflicts from going beyond the end date of many contracts, both for players and for example club kits.FIFA, within his working group in the face of the situation created by the coronavirus, he spoke last week of have “flexibility” with the option of a third transfer window. However, Emilio García Silvero, FIFA’s legal director, spoke of the fact that “Collective agreements and obviously FIFA is not above the legislation of the States.”last_img read more