Virgil van Dijk says he could be “gutted” if the coronavirus outbreak stops Liverpool followers watching the staff win the league title for the primary time in 30 years.
The Premier League has been suspended until April 4 with Liverpool 25 factors clear on the prime of the desk.
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Regardless of the uncertainty of how, or if, the season will probably be accomplished, Van Dijk has pledged to deliver the title to Liverpool’s followers.
He informed Dutch newspapers: “If we gained it in an empty stadium and the followers weren’t there, I’d be gutted for them.
“Clearly, if there aren’t any followers at Anfield, then it will likely be a little bit of a blow – nobody desires to play video games with out the followers.
“Till a call is made on how we go on from right here, then we simply must take care of it. However when it occurs, we’re nonetheless bringing the title to our followers, positively.”
Sport is anticipated to be subjected to additional restrictions subsequent week with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson set to announce a blanket ban on main public gatherings.
There’s a Premier League assembly on Thursday to debate plans on easy methods to finish the season. They are going to be hoping to have extra data after Tuesday, when UEFA maintain 4 convention calls to resolve the way forward for European soccer this season, together with Euro 2020.
This story initially appeared on Sky Sports and was reproduced with permission.