Premier League club will discuss making a commitment to complete the 2019/20 season by June 30 in their next meeting on Friday.
Officials from all 20 top flight sides are due to meet again to discuss their next move amid the coronavirus crisis.
No football has been played since early March due to the coronavirus pandemic
And, according to The Guardian, one of the proposals set to be put to the clubs is whether or not to void the season by the beginning of July, whether or not the full schedule of matches is completed.
A ball hasnt been kicked in the Premier League since March, and it is unlikely all 38 scheduled games will be played before the end of the July, unless special measures are taken and games are played in bulk.
It is claimed the driving factor behind the date proposed to end the season is the expiry of player and staff contracts on June 30, although FIFA stated last week that contracts can be extended until the season ends, whenever that may be.
However, the report says clubs are still worried as English laws surrounding contracts would render the governing bodies guidelines irrelevant.
The majority of player contracts expire on June 30 of their year of expiry, which is well after the season would usually finish.
But if clubs make a commitment to finish the campaign and it rolls into July, it means numerous players would be out of contract with their clubs despite having games still left to play.
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Any proposal to end the finish the season by June 30 or to play until all the fixtures are completed would require a 14-club majority to approve a decision.
Should clubs vote for the season to end by end of June, it would be highly unlikely that all matches will be completed the majority of teams have nine games left to play, but Manchester City, Arsenal, Aston Villa and Sheffield United all have ten.
There is also the issue of players not being fit enough to return straight away, without a period of training with their clubs to get back up to speed.
Clubs in Germany have already returned to training, with players continuing to keep a distance with each other, and recent reports claim Premier League clubs have been advised to get their players ready to return to full training by the end of May.
League chiefs have reportedly sent a series of emails to all 20 clubs with guidelines about how to prepare their players for a potential return to action.
Meanwhile, it is also claimed it could be 18 months before football stadiums in England are allowed to completely reopen to fans.