The Premier League director of football Richard Garlick, has announced that a proposal has been drafted by the board so that training and football activities can return.
Daily Mirror reported that a document tagged 'Project Restart' will be discussed at a Premier League club meeting on Friday.
However, a return to training will only happen if the government agrees to it.
The proposals drafted include:
All players and officials to be tested 48 hours before returning to training.
All footballs, global positioning system [GPS] units, cones, corner flags, goalposts and other equipment to be disinfected before and after use by staff wearing personal protective equipment [PPE].
Players to wear snood/masks at all times.
Cars to be parked three spaces apart.
No massages unless approved by club doctor.
Fluids to be left at designated pick-up points.
Only visit training block to use toilet.
Initially only five players per training group.
Players to be given designated time slots and 15 minutes to prepare.
75 minutes of small group training.
15 minutes' recovery.
Players and staff will be banned from spitting at the training ground.