Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and his Manchester City Counterpart Pep Guardiola have disagreed on the decisions being proposed for the league return.
There have been divided opinions among players and coaches about the decision to have the league back and according to reports from the Daily Mirror, Guardiola is among the managers who are reluctant for a return.
Managers of all 20 Premier League clubs were informed on Wednesday of plans to return to full training in phases, starting with small groups before gradually moving to full teams and proper contact.
Klopp is said to have supported the return with reports saying that the same idea was backed by Spurs boss Jose Mourinho who is said to have been vocal in the session.
Apart from Klopp and Mourinho, Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti is similarly eager to restart whenever it is proved to be safe to do so.
Those in Guardiola’s side are teams in the relegation zone with the Spaniard said to have had the support of his Watford counterpart Nigel Pearson and Brighton’s Graham Potter; the trio supported by Chelsea boss Frank Lampard too.
With mixed messages has not been received well by those involved with the Premier League with many having the thought that the divided opinions might prove hard for the league body to convince the relevant authorities that they are ready for a return.