Premier League clubs might welcome back fans to their stadium as early as December 2020 with most of them having the required measures in place.

Reports had emerged on Tuesday that the likes of Manchester United, who have one of the biggest stadiums in the United Kingdom, would welcome fans in less than a month and the same could happen to other clubs who would have passed the tests required to host fans in games.

An initial deadline to try getting fans back in October pushed back but with clubs grappling with the effect of coronavirus, there have been calls to allow fans back to grounds in order to help teams re-coup the money lost in matchday revenues.

BBC Sport now reports that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is making it a “personal priority” to get fans back into stadiums in areas of low transmission, possibly by Christmas this with other leagues already allowing a small section of fans to attend their games.


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