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Premier League bosses want to restart the season with a Friday night clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, though their plans have been pushed back after an intervention from Jose Mourinho.

Even though all 20 clubs are yet to agree on the campaign restarting, the Premier League are pushing ahead with their plans for ‘Project Restart’ and have already devised a timetable for how the season can be concluded.

With an emphasis on football returning to ‘boost the morale of the nation’, there has been pressure on the league to make all 92 remaining matches available on television.

Premier League want Tottenham vs Manchester United to kick off season restart but Jose Mourinho delays return date Comment The Spurs boss believes players need four full weeks of training before playing again

Premier League bosses want to restart the season with a Friday night clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, though their plans have been pushed back after an intervention from Jose Mourinho. Even though all 20 clubs are yet to agree on the campaign restarting, the Premier League are pushing ahead with their plans for ‘Project Restart’ and have already devised a timetable for how the season can be concluded.

With an emphasis on football returning to ‘boost the morale of the nation’, there has been pressure on the league to make all 92 remaining matches available on television.

According to The Daily Mail, league bosses intend to have a bonanza of football every weekend, with matches staggered across Saturday and Sunday and sandwiched in between Monday and Friday night games.

To kick off the resumption of the season, a Friday night clash between Manchester United and Tottenham has been earmarked as the first fixture of the abridged end to the campaign – a fixture which was due to be played on the weekend the Premier League was suspended.

The match will of course be played at Spurs’ state-of-the-art new stadium, sans fans, after clubs rebelled against plans to play at neutral venues and the police green lit their desire to continue playing at their usual stadiums

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