Premier League clubs draw up plans to play ENTIRE 2020-21 season behind closed doors as Manchester United and Arsenal prepare for losses in excess of £100MILLION from lack of matchday revenue
- Premier League clubs are making plans to play next season behind closed doors
- Fans may not be allowed in stadia before a coronavirus vaccine is available
- Man United and Arsenal would make the biggest losses from matchday income
- All clubs are looking to find a way to adjust to the loss of the revenue stream
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Premier League clubs are already preparing for playing the entirety of next season behind closed doors.
While discussions remain focused on safeguarding the health of players and staff should the current campaign resume this summer, some clubs are starting to assess the implications of fixtures without supporters for the next 12 months.
One top-flight executive has told Sportsmail that they cannot see fans being allowed into stadiums until there is a vaccine available for Covid-19.
Premier League clubs are preparing to…