Man Utd were to host Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday, but the match had to be postponed after some Man Utd fans invaded the venue demanding the removal of the Glazer family from the club.
In response to the recent protest, the Premier League has said in a statement that “the reorganization of the equipment will be communicated over time”.
“We understand and respect the strength of feeling, but condemn all acts of violence, criminal damage and violation, especially given the associated COVID-19 violations,” the statement said.
The Premier League noted, however, that there were other ways that offended fans could have made use of to make their complaints known.
“Fans have many channels to make their views known, but the actions of a minority seen today have no justification,” the statement read.
The Premier League noted that a new date will be announced where the match is to be held.
The Man Utd vs Liverpool match, which was postponed, is a setback that has prevented Man City from being named winners for this season.
Premier League clubs return to action in the Uefa Champions League and Europa League respectively this week as the competitions draw to a close.