The German Football League (DFL) have postponed a meeting on restarting the Bundesliga season that was due to take place on Friday until April 23.

Both the Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 have been suspended since mid-March and will remain so until April 30 at the earliest.

“The reason for postponing [Friday’s meeting] is to give more time to the clubs and leagues to prepare decisions that we have to make,” the DFL said in a statement.

The 36 clubs from Germany’s top two divisions have to decide on whether they want the remainder of the 2019/20 season to be completed.

German Chancellor Angela Merckel and her federal ministers will meet on Wednesday to consider relaxing lockdown measures for coronavirus.

Samuel Louis is a young Haitian student that loves to write and learn. He’s passionate about people and culture and finds comfort in knowledge. As a writer for Haitian Times, he looks forward to opening his horizons about journalism, while doing what he loves.

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