The Premier League clubs are to hold another conference call tomorrow, with a growing number of clubs understood to be keen to get the season finished in some form by June 30th.
There are concerns over contractual issues around players and commercial deals if the season is extended beyond that.
There are 92 games still to be played, and if a safe way was found of playing matches behind closed doors, a resumption would have to take place by June 6th to fulfill this deadline.
Scottish clubs have voted to end the Scottish Professional Football League season outside the top-flight with immediate effect.
It means Dundee United have been crowned champions of the Championship, with Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers winning their respective divisions.
The announcement comes after Dundee reversed an earlier vote.
The SPFL will now launch a task force who will look at the possibility of extending the Premiership next season.