The eagerly awaited return of fans to Premier League ground may yet be required to be postponed until next season.

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson gave the green light for a halfway return of groups as expected for the top flight’s last day of the season on Sunday, May 23.

Yet, while allies being once again at games can’t come soon enough, there is a “brandishing respectability” stress communicated by certain clubs about whether home favorable position and having fans will be uncalled for.

There could be key games – including

Fulham facilitating Newcastle , Leicester confronting Tottenham and Aston Villa against Chelsea – choosing relegation and European spots.

Premier League executives will talk about the issue with their clubs throughout the following not many weeks and, despite the fact that there isn’t an investors meeting this week, it is probably going to be top of the plan when they do meet once more.

The Football Association are expecting the FA Cup last on May 15 to be a test occasion while the Carabao Cup last at Wembley between Manchester City and Tottenham on April 25 could likewise have a predetermined number of fans as an analysis.

That could make ready for more Premier League clubs to push for test occasions toward the beginning of May which might actually make it simpler to have fans back for the last day of the period.