The British government have gave a green light to the English football to resume from June 1.
The English top-flight league will restart from June 1 at least, but behind closed doors and no visitors are allowed to the stadiums until a vaccine to the virus is found.
Football across Britain has been suspended for over two months due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Premier League clubs remained determined to finish the 2019/20 season as soon as possible.
That might be happening very soon as the government allowed to the Premier League to resume if the safe measures are being followed strictly.
The government decided to give green light to the clubs to get back to action, but the fixtures will be played behind closed doors.
All Premier League clubs held a video conference on Monday with the agenda including the idea of finishing the season using neutral venues. They have discussed how should they proceed with the relegation.
No matter what decision the clubs made they have to get a final approval of the government to make sure they are following the number of safety requirements.
However, the Bundesliga is the first major league to get going, as the first fixtures are scheduled for this weekend.
The Premier League will have to monitor the situation in the Bundesliga and if their plan to return so soon is a success. However, the United Kingdom has been hit from the coronavirus pandemic worse than Germany and that of course might cause additional complications to the situation.