UEFA has asked the Premier League to submit its plan to restart the season plans by May 25 despite coronavirus regulations in the UK, MySportDab reports.
Talks have continued on when the Premier League season should return with different plans brought forward.
UEFA wants to know how every league plans to go restart before the end of May.
The Premier League was suspended on March 13 but there are hopes the season could resume om May 8.
According to The Times, only particular stadiums should be used to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and ease burden on the public.
MySportDab understands that games will resume behind closed doors without fans due to the ongoing pandemic.
There is disagreement between Premier League chiefs on whether to move forward the resumption plans while the coronavirus crisis continues.
The Times Leaked a UEFA document which has warned the Premier League to reveal its final plans or cancel the season.
The document reads: “Football leagues should be ready to communicate with UEFA by May 25 the planned restart of their domestic leagues, including the restart data and competition formats.”
The Premier League could void the season just like the Dutch Eredivise but that plan looks very different because Liverpool are close to winning their first Premier league title in 30 years.
On Friday, A new shareholders meeting will take place where further plans to be discussed.