According to a report in the Sun newspaper, these are the eight neutral venues agreed by the Premier League with Wembley and St Georges Park now discounted.
Brighton’s Amex Stadium
Southampton’s St Mary’s
West Ham’s London Stadium
Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium
Leicester’s King Power Stadium
Aston Villa’s ground, Villa Park
ManchesterUnited’s Old Trafford
Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium
The Premier League Project ReStart is based on the assumption that general training starts from May 18, with the first Premier League fixtures now pencilled in for Friday, June 12th. No club will be permitted to play in their own stadium, to try to ensure a degree of equality in the unprecedented circumstances.
And while six clubs including Brighton and West Ham are understood to have voiced some significant doubts over whether the desire to finish the campaign is wise, the majority view was to push ahead as long as there is clearance from the Government.