The Premier League will start again on
the 20th of June following a vote involving all top-flight teams,
according to Arsenal's on-loan midfielder Dani Ceballos.
Top-flight teams voted unanimously to step up their return to action
at Monday's shareholders meeting, allowing players to train in a limited
capacity as part of phase one of 'Project Restart'.
Covid-19 tests were conducted across Sunday and Monday with six individuals connected to the Premier League to test positive.
And Ceballos has now revealed that Premier League chiefs are aiming to restart the campaign on 20 June.
"We are going to start a week late with respect to what is being
talked about in Spain, which is 12 June, and we are going to start the
league on the 20th," Ceballos told RTVE.
"48 hours ago we passed the tests and the truth is that the entire team have given a negative result."
On his future, Ceballos, who is on loan at Arsenal from Real Madrid
told TVE on Wednesday: "I am a Real Madrid player... and any player in
the world would like to play for Real Madrid.
"I have a contract with them for three more years and they are the ideal team to succeed."
- TEAMtalk media