The Premier League season is expected to end early.

England Football Association President Greg Clark has told the Premier League that he thinks this season should end prematurely.

Authoritative British media outlet The Times writes about this, which reports that all clubs are expecting a severe financial loss at the moment.

Sky Sports reports that Premier League leadership will hold its next emergency meeting on Thursday to discuss the future of the 2019/20 season.

 

PL teams are ready to announce Liverpool as Premier League champions

 

The English Premier League season may not be led to the end of the season. But the clubs participating in the tournament are ready to give the Merseyside Grand a title. The influential British media outlet The Telegraph reports about that.

According to the source, virtually all clubs have expressed readiness to transfer the English Championship title to Liverpool, even if the season is not renewed at all.

Until now, it has been reported that the Premier League has been suspended until April 4 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Different media sources have also reported that some Premier League clubs may refuse to continue the season after this hiatus.

Liverpool are currently leading the PL table and are 25 points ahead of the nearest Manchester City.

 

Three Possible Scenarios

 

Authoritative British media outlet The Telegraph reports that the Premier League is considering three possible scenarios. If Liverpool get the title, the number of clubs should increase to 22 next season. West Bromwich and Leeds will rise to the elite, and the relegation will not affect the teams. As the source writes, at the moment, this scenario is most likely.

According to the second option, if the season is not over, the results of this campaign will be canceled. In this case, the next season will start with the current 20 clubs.

There is also a third option, which is less likely. The current tournament situation will eventually turn out for the 2019/20 season scenario. That would be very unfair, especially for Bournemouth, Aston Villa, and Norwich.