A MEETING of League One clubs has concluded with no definitive agreement between the clubs on ending the season now amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The 23 clubs gathered via conference call at 9.30am for their weekly meeting, but were unable to come to a united position and will convene again early next week.

Six third-tier clubs – Fleetwood, Ipswich, Oxford, Peterborough, Portsmouth, and Sunderland – said on Thursday that they were opposed to ending the season now on a points-per-game basis.

Accrington Stanley owner Andy Holt, who was not present for the meeting, has made his feelings on the position clear for several weeks, believing the current campaign should be concluded to preserve clubs' financial future in the long term.

Rochdale CEO David Bottomley has also spoken in support of ending the season now.

Those who came together to express their desire to finish the season are placed between third and 10th.

Holt posted on Twitter: "It's about money. It’s a financial war, not a sporting battle. Further up (the leagues), it gets worse."

Elsewhere, salary cap proposals will be sent to clubs in League One and Two no later than Monday.

Clubs in the English Football League are looking at a £200m financial hole by the end of September.