League Managers Association chief executive Richard Bevan has warned the Premier League season could be cancelled if clubs do not agree to playing at neutral venues.

It is understood that top-flight clubs have been told the only way to complete the season is for the remaining 92 matches to be played at neutral venues.

Brighton's chief executive Paul Barber, however, is among the football bosses to voice opposition to the idea of finishing the season at neutral venues.

But, asked if a vote against neutral venues would lead to the season's cancellation, Bevan told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "Yes, I think that probably is correct. 

"The Government, if they haven't already, will be making it clear that home matches with densely populated stadia really puts into question whether social distancing rules can be adhered to and without doubt that will be on the voting next Monday with the clubs," he added.

Bevan also insisted there was no suggestion players or managers were being coerced into a restart and that plans to ensure safety - including testing procedures - would be outlined to players and managers next week.