The Championship plans to return to action on June 20, potentially before the Premier League.
The second tier are planning to continue the current campaign next month, hoping to finish the remaining games before contracts expire on July 31, according to the Express.
Premier League clubs returned to training on Tuesday, with managers wanting a whole month of preparation before returning to games.
Meetings are ongoing, but June 20 is the suggested date for the Championship with each team having nine games still to play.
Clubs are hoping to finish the regular season on July 18, leaving 13 days to complete the playoffs.
Unlike the Premier League, Championship teams are yet to return to training.
According to the report, Championship clubs will undergo tests before the end of this week ahead of a return to training on Monday.
Clubs are set to be handed a 47-page dossier made up of social distancing protocols.
As things stand, Leeds United are top, 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.
Stoke City are 17th, three points clear of the relegation zone.