A wonderful morning to all our readers out there, it’s the time of the day again to check out the latest sports news today. News vary from different angles, ride with us as we unleash them…
The England FA have ended the 2019/20 season for non-league divisions below the National League as well as National League North and South. Every result have been expunged and there will be a fresh start next season.
They have also done the same for women’s football that is below the WSL and Championship. There won’t be any relegation and neither will there be promotion. This decision was taken due to coronavirus outbreak and the FA could face legal action from clubs affected by such decision.
The FA have further determination to finish the FA Cup even if it will be until September.
Real Madrid have laid down their stadium Santiago Bernabeu to be used to store medical supplies as they look to combat coronavirus in Spain.
Liverpool will likely delay their plans to expand Anfield due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
With the continuous spread of coronavirus, EFL teams have been informed they might not see football return on April 30. A new date is set to be announced next week.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has stated that he’s recovering steadily from the symptoms of coronavirus after testing positive few weeks ago. He also pleaded with the masses to stay at home in this period.
Barcelona have announced their staff will all take pay cut due to the ongoing pandemic.
Shanghai Shenhua have offered striker Odion Ighalo a new two years deal that is worth more than £400k per week. The Nigerian who is currently on loan at Manchester United has a deal with the Chinese club until 2022 but they are hoping they can extend it until 2024 after impressing at Old Trafford with four goals in three starts so far.
Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Valencia star Ferran Torres but they will have to fight off interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid.
According to reports, Barcelona are monitoring the progress of Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp may be without winged Mohamed Salah for up to four months next season due to AFCON and Olympics competitions.