The Premier League begins to see the light. The league held a meeting with the British government in which it received a provisional green light to resume competition from June, always subject to developments in the coronavirus.According to Daily Mirror, the intention is that the competition will resume in June with all the games behind closed doors and some criteria of total protection for all the personnel involved: players, coaches, cameras, etc.Furthermore, for the sake of the common good, ehe First Division football could stop broadcasting exclusively on pay TV (Sky and BT) to do it outdoors, at least, in certain encounters. Mirror assures that this proposal, which they will have to discuss with Sky and BT, would serve to avoid crowds of fans in the stadiums, as happened in Paris, in addition to entertaining a higher number of people during confinement. Of course, all this small agreement, of which no further details about the plan to carry it out, will depend on how the pandemic advances in the United Kingdom, which has 48,000 positive cases and where the number of deaths is close to 5,000.The plans that have been appearing in England to resume the competition are varied and also arise in quantity. One club asked to bring the competition to China while the English press reported that the idea of taking the entire competition to the Midlands and playing for a month ‘like a World Cup’ was also valued. For now, they only discuss the resumption date. The ‘how’ is still waiting.