- Medics working for Premiership sides have submitted a list of issues regarding restarting the season in June.
- Their questions will be discussed during the league's shareholders meeting on Monday.
According to The Athletic, the medical staff of many Premier League clubs have expressed their concerns over the Project Restart initiative.
They have posed approximately 100 questions divided into ten categories. The major issues highlighted include the risk of transmission of the novel coronavirus, organisation of testing for players, staff and their families and lack of guidelines and definitions on some topics.
As per Sky Sports, the league presented the draft of the so-called Project Restart to all 20 sides last week and asked medical staff to provide feedback.
The issues raised by the doctors will be discussed during a crucial meeting between the top-flight's shareholders on Monday.
The PL's most senior medical officers are yet to agree on whether it is safe to resume the season in the near future.
The league's senior figures remain committed to finishing the campaign and plan to restart it on June 8, with the remaining games played behind closed doors at neutral grounds.
However, the next step will be highly dependent on the results of prime minister Boris Johnson's lockdown review briefing on Sunday.
Should the government greenlight the Project Restart, the post-coronavirus schedule could have quite a bizarre look as there is a chance that the next season will start before the current one comes to an end.
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