Spain hopes to come back with the Sevilla derby on June 17 and Serie A have pencilled in June 20 as their start date.
Three days earlier Premier League bosses hope to resume with Aston Villa vs Sheffield United and Man City vs Arsenal.
These are games outstanding from the weekend of the EFL Cup Final and after these are played there should be the first full card.
If City slip up against the Gunners then Liverpool could clinch the title by beating Everton in their first match back – but this will be on neutral ground at the Etihad to discourage fans gathering at Anfield to celebrate the end of a 30-year championship drought.
As the Bundesliga have shown through home advantage is reduced with no fans and some might like a bite at the Gunners at 7-1 with William Hill while the draw is 4-1.
In the other game that evening Sheffield United are 11-8 favourites at Coral to beat relegation-threatened Aston Villa.
Scotland midfielder John McGinn could make his return from injury for Villa who are 2-1 at Coral with the draw 9-4 with McBookie.
Villa are two points from safety with a game in hand but are no bigger than 2-5 at Sky Bet to be relegated. Victory over the Blades could change everything and would be massive.
Coral spokesman Harry Aitkenhead said: “The Premier League is coming back and Man City taking on Arsenal is a cracking game to kick off with. We make City odds on to take the three points.
“The Bundesliga have shown the away teams might get more joy playing behind closed doors and Sheffield United are favourites to win at Aston Villa on the opening night. Two away wins pays 16-1.”
Coral make Liverpool 1-1000 to win the title with Man City 80-1 to produce one of the most staggering comebacks of all time.
Aitkenhead added: “From a betting point of view, if Liverpool did not win the league it would be one of the biggest shocks ever seen, in any market.”
Leicester's Jamie Vardy is the 7-4 favourite to win the Golden Boot ahead of Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (3-1), Man City's Sergio Aguero (4-1) and Liverpool's Mo Salah (5-1).
Vardy is on 19 – two ahead of Aubameyang and one further clear of Aguero and Salah.