European football’s governing body UEFA, the European Club Association and European leagues are in agreement that domestic campaigns should be finished first according to a report in today’s print edition of Corriere dello Sport.
Domestic campaigns could potentially resume again in June having been halted by the global Coronavirus pandemic in recent weeks.
Games would be played through to the end of July and domestic campaigns should be finished by then if all goes to plan.
After the domestic campaigns are completed, the Champions League and Europa League will resume and will finish in the third week of August.
The 2020/21 season could start in mid-September and will conclude on June 1 at the latest given the European Championship’s and Copa America are due to take place next Summer.
The report goes on to state that that there will be another meeting between the above parties to iron out the details and things such as the transfer market and whether games will be played behind closed doors or not will also be discussed.