Clubs discuss whether to shut down the league for two weeks

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Players and staff from Manchester City and Sheffield United have tested positive recently to coronavirus which has led to the postponement of their games, and more recently Tottenham’s clash against Fulham has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

According to The Telegraph, Premier League clubs are mulling over a two-week break in January.

The UK government intends to review the tier situation on Wednesday, meaning that could give us an insight as to what the league may decide.

Tottenham’s game against Fulham has been postponed after there was a COVID-19 outbreak among the players and staff at Fulham.

There may now be an uncertainty of games in the Premier League, with the second wave of the coronavirus hitting hard.

More to come…

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