The Premier League big six, including Arsenal, are reportedly set to come together to fight against any attempt to cut the Premier League season early.
Some teams in the Premier League, claims the report in the Sun, are preparing to ask for the season to be annulled if they cannot complete it by 30th June.
Teams that want the season to be finished early are concerned about player deals that will expire at the end of June.
They want to avoid having to still pay players extra to get the season ended when they should have been out of contract.
However, the same report also claims that the Premier League chiefs want the season to be finished and the UEFA president has also discouraged leagues from ending early after Belgium ended their campaign and handed the title to the top team.
The major concern of the Premier League’s big six is the money they stand to lose should the season be voided.
They may have to take huge losses or even face refunding companies for TV rights and sponsorships if this season isn’t completed.
The Premier League could restart in June, July or August and there are still plans for the next campaign to be started before the end of this year.