- The 2019/20 Premier League season is expected to finish in July.
- The players will be allowed to extend their loan deals until the end of the season.
- However, both clubs will have to agree on a deal in order for a player to stay at his loan side.
The Premier League will allow the players to extend their loan deals until the end of the 2019/20 campaign amid the coronavirus crisis, the league's CEO has officially confirmed.
Richard Masters told the BBC: "What was agreed was that players can extend their contracts until the end of the season. It must be agreed by both parties."
However, the Red Devils will also be powerless to stop Odion Ighalo from leaving at the end of the month as parent club Shanghai Shenhua want him to return in time for the new Chinese Super League campaign.
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