Premier League clubs unanimously agreed to permit short-term contract extensions for players whose deals are due to expire on 30 June of this year.

The league confirmed in a statement that clubs had come to an agreement during their shareholders’ meeting on Monday.

That statement read: “As the UK Government indicated on Monday its willingness for live sport to return behind closed doors from 1 June, the Premier League is exploring paths to resuming the 2019/20 season after this date.

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Clubs were concerned over expiring player contracts and registration issues posed by the potential of the 2019/20 season extending beyond 30 June.

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