Norwich Sean Raggett is currently on loan at League One Portsmouth – but the 26-y-o is unsure about his future beyond June 30 if the current campaign does recommence.
The 26-y-o contact at Norwich City is due to expire at the end of next month, which would make him a free agent on the transfer market.
Teams have until June 23 to offer players a new deal, offer extensions that would expire at midnight on the final day of the campaign, or release players – However they won’t be eligible to play for a new club until the 2020-21 season starts.
But there is no clear indication of whether the Premier League has a similar plan in place for the top flight teams.
“I’m out of contract at Norwich at the end of June and nobody knows what they’re going to do, if players can extend their contract for a short amount of time or sign a completely new deal,” the central defender told the Portsmouth News.
“I don’t really know and we’re a bit in the dark about that as well.
“I think the clubs themselves aren’t too sure what’s going on so it’s hard for them to give us any information when they probably don’t know themselves.
Raggett joined the Norwich City from Lincoln City back in August 2017, on a three-year contract, and was immediately loan backs to the Imps until the end of the year. A year after joining Norwich he joined Rotherham United on a season-long loan deal, although it ended prematurely after Raggett required surgery for an ankle injury.