clubs will be warned on Thursday that any delay to Project Restart would cost them an extra £35million a week in broadcasting rebates.
Sportsmail revealed on Monday that to be discussed at Thursday’s meeting. But the dissenters will be told by the Premier League board to stop squabbling and get behind the plan, which aims to complete the season in six weeks between June 17 and July 26.
The Premier League have already agreed to pay a rebate of £330m to domestic and overseas broadcasters even if the season is completed, but the clubs will be told on Wednesday that the refund will be far higher if there are further delays to the revised schedule they announced last week. Continue reading