Major League Soccer could be headed toward a lockout after pushing back against the Players Association over the talks concerning economic concessions for the 2020 season, participation in a summer tournament in Orlando and changes to the CBA, according to Jeff Carlisle of ESPN. Players around the league decided to skip voluntary training on Monday as negotiations continue. 

The MLS Players Association voted to approve its latest counteroffer to the league on Sunday. The league has quickly pushed back and suggested that it won't make any tweaks to its current offer. ESPN's Herculez Gomez is reporting that MLS is giving MLSPA a 12 p.m. ET deadline on Wednesday before a lockout is initiated. The deadline initially was Tuesday.

One MLS general manager told CBS Sports on Monday," I hope there won't be a lockout. But could very well be."

Before the league pushed back, the MLSPA announced the following:

"This evening, MLS Players voted to approve a package of economic concessions for the 2020 season, modifications to the recently agreed-upon CBA, including its extension by a year, and their agreement to participate in a summer tournament in Orlando. Included were salary reductions across the entire player pool, reduced team and individual bonuses, and additional concessions to existing and future terms of the CBA," the statement read. "While a difficult vote in incredibly challenging times, it was taken collectively to ensure that Players can return to competition as soon as they are safely able to do so. The package has been formally submitted to the league for a decision by the owners."

That includes a 7.5 percent pay cut as proposed by the MLSPA, with MLS' most recent offer coming in at 8.75 percent, according to ESPN.

MLS play has been suspended since March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The league has aimed to do a summer tournament in Orlando without fans with safety protocols pretty much determined. The NWSL, on the other hand, is hosting a tournament in Utah starting in late June.