The 42-year-old has only officiated once in the top flight since his decision to move to the Middle East was confirmed on on 16 February.
That match was West Brom’s win over Bournemouth on February 25.
The Daily Mail say Clattenburg has been overlooked recently because PGMOL chief Mike Riley is preparing for life without the Geordie official.
However, Clattenburg will reportedly be brought back into the fold on the weekend of April 29.
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Antonio Conte speaks about Mark Clattenburg leaving the Premier League
Fixtures that weekend include the north London derby and Everton’s home game against Chelsea.
Clattenburg is currently working his notice period ahead of his £500,000-a-year switch to Saudi Arabia.
His new role will involve working with Saudi referees, officiating league matches and professionalising the set-up in the country.
Speaking after confirming his move earlier this year, Clattenburg said: “This is an important move forward. We have professional referees in the country that I am leaving, which has been a big positive.
“One thing I’d like to do is work with the refereeing team and the president to make this happen so that it will be successful for many, many years to come.”