According to SunSport, the top-flight is aiming to return in just six weeks.
But now league chiefs have sent a games schedule around to all 20 clubs ahead of a crunch meeting on Friday.
The best-case scenario would see the first behind-closed-doors games take place on Monday June 8, meaning training would resume in mid-May.
And The Telegraph claim the plan will be discussed individually with clubs in a bid to get the proposed schedule approved this week.
However, the entire concept is based on the current coronavirus lockdown measures being eased.
The next update from the Government is set to come on May 7 – with many believing things will begin to get back to normal.
Players are then set to be tested for Covid-19 over the weekend of May 8 and 9 before returning to training in small groups from Monday May 11.
Stars could be forced to train under quarantine and there have even been talks of players turning up for sessions already in their kits to avoid changing rooms.
Mass testing will be made available for all players, staff and media at training grounds and stadiums as they desperately try to cram all remaining fixtures into just a six-week period.
But clubs also face the prospect of playing as late as August – with the Big Six leading the charge against ending the season early on June 30.
Uefa want the Champions League final played on August 29 and would not expect domestic leagues to continue beyond that point.
A PL spokesperson said: “It is our objective to complete the 2019-20 season but all dates are tentative while the impact of Covid-19 develops.”