The expectation among leaders is that all of England’s elite remaining games will have to be closed behind closed doors due to the coronavirus epidemic.
And now, according to a Times report, the national stadium could host up to four matches a day in order to continue traveling as a minimum for players, match officials and the media.
While St George’s Park, the National Football Center in England, will also be made available, with clubs able to use it as a quarantine training base to keep players and staff together.
However, the plan will only be implemented if the government lifts its current social distancing measures and the Covid-19 test is also likely to be the key to any licensed game.
“When we know the duration of the locking and exiting mechanisms, we can see which options are viable,” a source close to the plans told the publication.
The Premier League has been postponed indefinitely due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Premier League Coronavirus Stoppage
Liverpool were 25 points ahead of Man City, second, and only two wins away from the title when football was stopped on March 13.
But the Premier League is supposed to do everything it can to try to end the current campaign, the top four and relegation still to be confirmed.