The former England international believes troubles such as promotion and relegation make it impossible to draw a line below the 2019-20 campaign.
Handing the Premier League title to Liverpool and calling an early cease to the 2019-20 campaign would “cause chaos”, says former Reds star Jamie Redknapp.
Competitive soccer round the world has shut down amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Schedules are being reworked, with UEFA revealing that Euro 2020 is to be pushed back by 12 months.
Plans at existing are to get domestic and continental seasons completed, with ending traces in sight, and the desire is that fixture lists can be honoured before the end of June.
Redknapp hopes that proves to be the case as there are so many loose ends nonetheless to be tied up.
In England, Liverpool are within touching distance of a title triumph and have serious claims to being awarded the crown, however promotion and relegation troubles are yet to be resolved and can’t in basic terms be pushed to one side.
Ex-Reds midfielder Redknapp told Sky Sports: “Of course I feel we have to end the league. It would simply feel totally unfair.
“You can’t go null and void, that simply doesn’t make any sense to me. Even if it runs into subsequent season and we have a half-season next year, I feel that we have to fulfil the fixtures by some means if possible.
“Now, 9 games to play, if you don’t and you say as it stands give Liverpool the league title and you then relegate Bournemouth, Norwich and Aston Villa , could you think about the litigations that is going to cause? It’s going to cause chaos.
“I just don’t see that that can happen right now. I feel that by hook or by crook we have to finish the season.
“Look, if in six months to a year’s time we’re nevertheless in this predicament and people are nonetheless becoming ill and people are nevertheless self-isolating, I don’t think there is any chance you will finish the season.
“Then you’ve got a big choice to make. But right now as it stands, I sense the season, we have to finish it.
“I simply don’t see a scenario where you can have null and void or simply give Liverpool the title.
“I think they’ve got to earn it. We all know they’re going to win it, there’s not a person in the world who doesn’t assume that, however it’s just about doing the proper thing.”
Liverpool, who sit down 25 points clear at the top of the table, are simply two wins away from winning a first domestic title triumph in 30 years.