The second tier plans to continue the current campaign next month, hoping to browse the remaining games to finish before the contracts expire on July 31, according to The Express.
As it stands, Leeds leads, one point ahead of second place, West Brom.
Fulham, Brentford, Nottingham Forest and Preston make up the playoffs, while Charlton, Luton and Barnsley are in the bottom three.
Premier League clubs returned to training on Tuesday and with managers looking for a month of preparation before returning to the games, the championship could play top spot by coming back first.
Meetings are underway, but June 20 is the suggested date, with each team still having nine games to play.
The clubs hope to speed up these games to end the regular season on July 18, leaving 13 days to complete the playoffs.
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Unlike the Premier League, the Championship teams have not yet resumed training, but they will follow soon.
According to the report, the championship clubs will be tested before the end of this week before returning to training on Monday 25 May.
Clubs should receive a 47-page dossier consisting of social distancing protocols.