UEFA open to extend May 25 deadline for leagues to outline resumption plans

UEFA is open to offering an extension to leagues across Europe to unveil plans for football resumption.

UEFA open to extend May 25 deadline for leagues to outline resumption plans

UEFA is open to offering an extension to leagues across Europe to unveil plans for football resumption.

The European football’s governing body had set a May 25 deadline for leagues across Europe to unveil their plans of football resumption.

Among the requirements were a date of resumption, plans of how the remaining games will be played out and a date for completion.

Premier League’s Project Restart appears no closer while concerns continue to run in Spain’s LaLiga after two Real Betis Players tested positive of Covid-19.

Real Betis Players celebrate a goal at a LaLiga fixture
LaLiga announced on Sunday that two Real Betis players have tested positive for coronavirus

Meanwhile, German’s Bundesliga is set for resumption this weekend with a mouth-watering clash between Borussia Dortmund and Schalke FC.

Bundesliga’s re-opening schedule
Bayern Munich’s first fixture back will see them take on Union Berlin on 17 May 

English clubs were set for resumption with various teams welcoming players back to training. However, the date to resume appears unkown after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to allow Premier League clubs to begin hosting games behind closed doors from June 1.