That call will be made at today’s PSL board of governors meeting, when all 32 top-flight and GladAfrica Championship (NFD) clubs will meet to discuss the way forward for South African football.
With the professional football establishment given the all-clear by government to resume their training programme, league bosses will also look to finalise their plans for the Biologically Safe Environment (BSE) in order to complete the current campaign behind closed doors.
The Daily Voice has learnt that clubs will agree to start training this week.
After an initial round of testing last week, they must stick to strict health protocols like regular sanitising and small-group training, while building up through different phases to full training. They will then go for another round of tests before travelling to the BSE.
The location of the BSE will also be high on the agenda at the meeting.
And it appears as if Durban is the frontrunner to host the PSL top-flight clubs after Gauteng was proclaimed a hotspot by the government.
Sun City in the North West Province or Limpopo were first earmarked for the Premiership clubs, but their facilities have since been ruled inadequate, but could still serve the needs of the NFD.
No date to restart the league campaign has been set yet, since that depends on clubs adhering to the protocols set out by league bosses and government.