PREMIER League clubs could complete the season in a World Cup-style camp in one proposal to complete the current top-flight season.

Clubs remain committed to finding a way to finish their fixtures and avoid potential costs estimated to be around £750 million if no further matches are played.

One option is for clubs to converge on a neutral location and effectively create a sterile bubble in which all remaining games are played behind closed doors, with only essential personnel and broadcasters allowed to attend.

It is understood this is one of many ideas under consideration, with the 20 clubs due to convene again by conference call on Friday.