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Former Liverpool boss and player Kenny Dalglish has reportedly been tested for coronavirus and has been confirmed to have contracted the virus. Though he’s yet to show symptoms, he’s currently in an hospital where he will get treated.
West Ham players have agreed to take salaries deferral as they look to help the club through the crisis. It’s been confirmed that their vice-chairman Karren Brady and manager David Moyes have both agreed to take 30 per cent cut in wages while the club’s board will inject £30m as a rescue plan to help save the club.
Karen Brady has stated fears over the health of players and health workers if the league is allowed to resume early.
Organisers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics which has now been postponed until 2021 have expressed concerns that the event may not hold next year.
The Premier League clubs believe that it will be difficult to get players to defer part of their salary following the charity funds set up by the players.
Brighton will most likely get to know next week if their players agree to pay cut or not.
Clubs in the Premier League will most likely have to sell some players if they are to meet up with paying wages.
The chief executive of the League Manager’s Association LMA have suggested that players should all be tested before football in England is allowed to resume.
According to reports, Norwich have reached an agreement with Luxembourg 23-year old star Danel Sinani and the forward has already penned a pre-contract agreement with the club which he will be for the next three years.
Manchester United defender Chris Smalling is reportedly expected to be back at the club due to the uncertainty over making his loan at Roma a permanent one.
West Ham are interested in selling Felipe Anderson who has a price-tag of £42m.
According to reports, Arsenal were warned by their head of recruitments against signing Lucas Perez and Shkodran Mustafi in 2016 with claims they were not good enough.