Premier League clubs will consult with players over wage reductions and deferrals amounting to 30 per cent of salary as they grapple with the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Premier League confirmed players will hold talks with their clubs over wage deferrals and football will not restart in early May because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Premier League clubs will ask their players to take a 30 per cent pay cut to assist with the payment of non-playing staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Aston Villa goalkeeper Orjan Nyland expects Premier League players to take a pay cut to aid the fight against coronavirus.
Health secretary Matt Hancock is “deflecting blame” onto footballers by saying they should take a pay cut during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend.
The Professional Footballers’ Association said players must “share the financial burden” during the coronavirus pandemic after Health Secretary Matt Hancock called on Premier League stars to take a pay cut.
The Professional Footballers’ Association accepts players must “share the financial burden” during the coronavirus pandemic after Health Secretary Matt Hancock called on Premier League stars to take a pay cut.
Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne says the 2020-21 season must not be compromised in order to complete the current campaign.
Chelsea have joined up with charity Refuge to raise money to support women and children experiencing domestic abuse during the coronavirus crisis.
West Ham defender Aaron Cresswell admits the coronavirus pandemic has left him “petrified” for his newborn baby and insists the Premier League should not be held to ransom on a return date.
Brighton boss Graham Potter says it was a “normal” decision for him to take a pay cut and has backed his players to follow suit.
English football faces another defining day as the professional game prepares to consider an indefinite suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic, while pressure builds for players to accept wage cuts or deferrals.
On this day in 2005 Newcastle team-mates Lee Bowyer and Kieron Dyer were sent off after fighting with each other during a 3-0 loss to Aston Villa at St James’ Park.
Kyle Walker is finding the coronavirus lockdown tough but the Manchester City right-back knows this is the time to “bite the bullet” and think of others.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes footballers have a responsibility to act as role models and support the “real heroes” working in the NHS.
Pressure is intensifying on professional footballers and their union to accept wage cuts or deferrals as the financial impact of the coronavirus crisis continues to be felt.
Players must accept wage cuts or deferrals of at least 50 per cent to help clubs survive the coronavirus pandemic, Scunthorpe chairman Peter Swann has warned.
The Mayor of London has written to Premier League and Championship clubs in the capital requesting their assistance in the fight against coronavirus.
Players should be the first to bear the economic burden caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has said.
Gavin Peacock walked away from a burgeoning punditry career some 15 years ago to answer his calling as a Christian pastor in Canada.
Alan Shearer put his reputation on the line when he accepted the task of attempting to drag Newcastle out of the relegation tailspin into which they had plunged as the 2008-09 season drew to a close.
Norwich have become the latest Premier League club to start furloughing staff.
Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he is fully prepared for when Manchester United return to action.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has lifted the lid on the double-edged sword of a powerful physique blighted by chronic back problems.
Wolves have put their search for a new sporting director on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy was paid a £3million bonus for delivering the club’s new stadium.
Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish is “deeply embarrassed” after he “stupidly agreed” to go to a friend’s house this weekend during the coronavirus lockdown, he said in a video message on Twitter.
Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish has apologised for breaking coronavirus lockdown rules.
Newcastle have placed members of their non-playing staff on furlough leave as they attempt to protect the club from the long-term effects of the coronavirus pandemic.