Phar Rangers FC president Nana Yaw Amponsah has urged the Ghana Football Association to restart the 2019/20 league season in September to sync with the European calendar.
Football activities in the country have been suspended since mid-March following government's decision to ban public gathering as part of measures to help curb the spread of the disease.
The GFA is set to announce to the clubs on June 30 on the future of the season whether to cancel the season or continue.
"If we want to synchronize our league with that of Europe, then we must wait and start in September. At the moment the Accra Sports Stadium pitch will not be ready for football for the next one month," he said.
"Let's give ourselves up to September to start a new league so clubs can start to prepare and meet the club licensing requirements”, he added.
The Premier League was at its match week 15 stage when it came to a halt, with Aduana Stars leading the table with 28 points.