FIFA is set to confirm that there will be an indefinite extension to the 2019/20 season across the globe.
The move by the world governing body will allow each country’s football authority to determine when campaigns can finish.
FIFA, according to a report from the Athletic, will also alter the dates of the summer transfer window and allow contract extensions for players whose deals are set to run out on June 30.
The report claims the plans are likely to be revealed in full in the next 48 hours and will afford maximum flexibility to leagues across the globe, as the spread of Covid-19 is different in each country.
UEFA once again reaffirmed their intentions to finish the current campaign when it is deemed safe to do so last week, with the Premier League season having been at a standstill since March 13.
Liverpool are 25 points clear at the the summit of the suspended top flight table, poised to claim a first title in 30 years.
It was reported that talks between the Premier League and the UK Government over a return for football are at an advanced stage, the UK Mirror reports.
It is understood that there is a tentative agreement for fixtures to resume in June behind closed doors.
Government health officials are hopeful of a coronavirus peak in the next weeks, after which games will be sanctioned under strict guidelines.