Arsene Wenger has declared that Liverpool will be thought of as “champions” no matter what decision is made on the season. The Reds are 25 points clear at the top of the suspended Premier League table. Just two more wins would be enough to seal a first title for three decades. Jurgen Klopp and his squad are awaiting developments on the league’s ‘Project Restart’ blueprint, with the Government set to outline the latest coronavirus lockdown guidance tomorrow. But regardless of whether the campaign is played out behind closed doors or brought to a premature conclusion, Wenger says the achievements of this Liverpool team will always be recognised.
All 20 teams from the top flight will convene via videoconference on Monday for the next round of discussions on ideas to get the season back underway. The clubs will not vote on restart plans during this meeting, as initially believed, but they may be asked to approve some elements of the proposals.
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