Coronavirus: Premier League should resume no later than June according to Harry Kane
Published by Muhammad Sohail Jelani
June 1, 2020 7:33 pm
England captain Harry Kane said that he was in favour of cancelling the Premier League season.
The English Premier League, currently suspended until at least 30 April, might be further delayed. While the Euro 2020 was postponed for a year. They are opening a window of opportunity to finish the domestic leagues and European Cups during the summer. The Tottenham Hotspur striker, Harry Kane, does not want the Premier League leaders to let the current season run past June.
“I think we have to try and finish the season. But there has to be a time when we can say ‘enough is enough”. Kane said in a live chat on Instagram with former Liverpool star Jamie Redknapp.
There have been rumours that the current English Premier League season will extend until August, date that would generally be the start of the 2020-21 season.
“I know that the Premier League will do its utmost to end the season and is looking at all the options,” the English striker said. “But playing in July or August and postponing next season doesn’t seem very advantageous to me. But obviously, I don’t know much about the behind-the-scenes and finances,” he added.
“For me, the limit is probably the end of June. The season isn’t over by the end of June. We need to look at the possibilities and look forward to next season,” explained the 26-year-old striker. Whose club, eliminated in Champions League, is currently ranked eighth in the domestic league. We have to look back to the 2008-2009 season to see Spurs finish at such a low level at the end of the year.
Premier League matches could also be held behind closed doors in an attempt to end the season, once the current lockdown in Britain lifted.