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Gordon Taylor, the chief executive of PFA, Professional Footballers’ Association has stated that the players do not want to be used as Guinea pigs and they are very concerned about the health of the country ahead of the project to restart the Premier League season.
Several players in the Premier League have all been warned that they need to consider their financial futures before refusing to restart the season.
According to reports, Premier League clubs could face controversies from players who may not like to sign forms called ‘coronavirus agreement’.
Liverpool are interested in signing another RB Salzburg player after only signing Takumi Minamino from there four months ago. The Anfield side have joined other several clubs in the race for 19-year-old Dominik Szoboszlai.
Arsenal could sign Eray Comert from Basel for as low as £2m but they will have to lock horns with Galatasaray.
According to reports, Odion Ighalo may have already played his last match for Manchester United after negotiations to extend his loan from Shanghai Shenhua stalled.
Barcelona are set to shift their attention to the signing of RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner after a move for Inter Milan’s Lautaro Martinez look to have stalled.
Fiorentina have revealed they’ve received several interest from the Premier League for their star player Federico Chiesa. The likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United are after him.
Newcastle have identified Celtic star Odsonne Edouard as their potential target.
With Atletico Madrid set to be forced to reduce the asking price of midfielder Saul Niguez, the Spaniard might be getting closer to leaving the club and Manchester United appear the likely destination.
Newcastle are reportedly confident of signing Real Madrid star Gareth Bale for £53m in the summer.
Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren could be on his way to Serie A side Roma in the summer after dropping behind in pecking order at the Anfield side.
Juventus have ruled themselves from the race to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba after the introduction of their own salary cap.
According to reports, Barcelona and Real Madrid are set to further ask their players to take a 30 per cent pay cut next season.
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