A spokesperson for UEFA has revealed that the governing body is unable to offer any update on the end date for the season as they still don’t know when football will return.
Stoke City’s season is currently suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, with football not due to resume until April 30, at the earliest.
However, it remains highly unlikely that football will return at the end of this month.
Prior to the suspension, Stoke were in 17th place in the Sky Bet Championship table and battling to avoid relegation to League One.
The EFL have released a joint-statement with the Premier League, PFA and LMA following a meeting on Wednesday.
The statement says that further discussions will take place in the next couple of days to discuss several “high-profile” matters.
Leagues across Europe have also been suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the European Championships have already been pushed back to 2021 to allow time for nations to complete their 2019/20 domestic campaigns.
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The European governing body held a videoconference meeting on Wednesday with the general secretaries of 55 UEFA member associations to discuss their latest steps amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Following that meeting, UEFA confirmed that all national team matches scheduled for June have been postponed until further notice – including the play-offs to secure the final spots in next summer’s European Championships.
But all the talk remains about how clubs and leagues will finish their respective campaigns, but a spokesperson for the governing body has confirmed more plans can be made once a return date has been agreed.
“It is impossible to make a declaration about the end of the season when we don’t yet know when we can restart,” they told Sky Sports.
“Once we have certainty on that, we can be more definitive about when to end the season.”
A EFL shareholders meeting is scheduled for Friday, when the league is likely to reveal their next steps.