Salford Red Devils director Paul King has hinted at an August restart for the Super League, with a November Grand Final.
Rugby League has been suspended since March, and there have been rumours flying around in relation to a possible restart.
King was addressing supporters in an open letter through the Red Devils’ website.
He said: “While details are yet to be confirmed, we are finally able to inform you of the likely timetable for the sport’s return. This is expected to take place in mid-August for a 30th November Grand Final, with players returning to group training a few weeks in advance of this.
“I am sure this news comes as a relief for all of us. While there is still a significant wait remaining, we can see a light at the end of the tunnel and can look forward to enjoying the remainder of what was set to be an exciting campaign for our team. I am sure all of you who attended our last fixture were eagerly awaiting the next one, after that outstanding performance.”
In the letter, he also told fans they hope to have a streaming service in time for the season restart, and would also let fans know of any potential updates when they arrive.
In the meantime, King, Ian Blease and Ian Watson will be doing a live Q&A on the club’s in-house RDTV channel at 6.30pm on Friday 3rd July.