Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder will ask the club’s board to reject any plans to end the Premier League season early amid the ongoing health crisis.
Another meeting of the top flight’s 20 clubs is expected to take place this week when plans will be discussed about how to move forward.
Currently, games have been postponed to April 30th at the earliest but it is expected that a further delay will be needed. There are, however, clubs who want to write off the season completely which Wilder is looking to avoid.
He reportedly wants the Blades to back proposals that have been recently made by Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville.
The former Manchester United defender proposed that the season should be completed when safe in a short time frame, delaying and condensing next season if there is a need to do so.
On top of that, there should be plans to leave the transfer window open from May onwards, while also providing financial packages for struggling clubs in the lower divisions.