Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Jermaine Jenas has admitted that he is leaning towards supporting the season to be cancelled.
Premier League fixtures were put on hold in March until further notice due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Liverpool are 25 points clear of Manchester City in the Premier League table and were on the verge of winning their first title since 1990.
France became the latest country to announce that their domestic campaign is over after Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced that no sporting events will take place until at least September (Guardian).
Jenas believes that sport has taken a back seat over the current state of affairs of the pandemic and while he admits that there still needs to be answers to questions including who would be relegated, is warming to the idea of the campaign being scrapped.
Tottenham are currently in eighth place in the table and are seven points behind rivals Chelsea who occupy fourth.
“To completely cancel the season makes more sense.”@jjenas8 doesn’t see why we need to rush to get the season going, and is leaning more towards the cancellation of the 2020/21 season. #UCLThrowbacks pic.twitter.com/lHEoBFNN3G
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 29, 2020
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