Suspended since the 13th of March, due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, the Premier League will, apparently, return to the lawns as early as next June.
In this sense, all matches will be broadcast in England, between the platforms of Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC and Amazon. However, the possibility of being broadcast live on YouTube will also not be ruled out.
The news is advanced, this Tuesday, by the British newspaper The Times, which adds that, if the games in question are not broadcast, the clubs risk losing close to 800 million euros from the transfer of television rights.
If confirmed, this will be an almost unprecedented event in the history of the Premier League. Since the competition was founded in 1992, the meetings have only been broadcasted for once.
It was on the opening day of the 2013/14 season, when fans were able to watch Manchester United-Swansea and Crystal Palace-Arsenal free of charge.