Gary Neville has outlined five things he believes must happen to patch things up in the Premier League amid the coronavirus epidemic.
The spread of COVID-19 has seen all professional football in England suspended until April 30, but there is no guarantee that things will resume after this date.
Some have suggested resuming the season later, when things return to normal, so that it can come to an end.
While others have suggested canceling this campaign and restarting things next season.
Neville is firmly in the first field and believes that everything should be done to ensure that the current campaign ends with a named champion, four Champions League teams and three relegated teams.
The former Manchester United star turned to Twitter to outline his five-step plan.
It reads: “End this season in a short time when it is safe.
“If necessary, condense next season.
“Open the transfer window from May and run it until 20/21 to give the clubs agility.
“Extend player contracts to complete 19/20.
“Financial packages for needy clubs, including non-league.”
Neville arrived on Twitter amidst the statements of some worried players that they will have to play too many games in a short period of time to end the season.
While the former Red Devils right back accepts this it will probably be the case, he added: “Yes. It will not be ideal for sports science but it will happen when it is safe to do so, I am sure.
“Whether we like it or not, for economic reasons, the stakes of £ 750 million is too high. Some clubs would be in big trouble because they have already spent it!”