- The Ligue 1 campaign will not be restarted.
- No football will be played in France until August.
- A separate meeting will be held to determine league standings.
- Arsenal defender William Saliba currently plays in Ligue 1 on loan.
The French Ligue 1 campaign has been cancelled, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has confirmed.
The French government has resisted attempts to restart the season as they are set to announce a ban on all football until August.
The French football authorities had hoped to resume training in May and restart the campaign in June. However, Emmanuel Macron is not keen on the idea of playing football until August, even behind closed doors.
It has not been determined yet whether league leaders Paris Saint-Germain will be crowned champions.
A meeting will be held in the month of May to decide the final places - in addition to coming to a conclusion about the promotion and relegation spots.
France has been affected badly by the coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown is likely to be extended further to safeguard the citizens.
At the moment of writing, more than 165,000 have contracted the novel coronavirus in France with the disease claiming more than 23,000 lives.