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Premier League provide update on June 12 return with £762million TV money hanging in the balance

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has revealed that the organisation will have to pay television companies back up to £762m if the season is not completed - and £340m even if it is.

He also insisted that the Premier League restart date is still June 12 - but admitted some flexibility will be required with regard to when games can kick off again.

Premier League clubs voted unanimously approved plans to resume non-contact training in small groups from Tuesday afternoon.

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