Leicester City are reportedly set to return to action in June with the government giving the go-ahead for the Premier League to resume.
The Premier League and the government are reportedly in advanced talks according to The Mirror report, with an agreement claiming that the fixtures will be played behind closed doors in two months' time.
On Friday, April 3, football was suspended indefinitely with the Premier League citing that games would not go ahead until it is safe to do so, however, they added that they would make sure the nine matches are played.
Further reports added that health officials are predicting that Covid-19 cases would increase in the United Kingdom (UK) but the games would be played under strict conditions in June.
The Premier League is aware that their plans could change if the pandemic gets worse although the clubs are already in preparation for a June return and training would resume in May.