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Players in the Premier League have been scheduled to get tested for coronavirus next week Thursday with results expected after 24 hours.
Premier League will still like to continue the use of VAR when the season resumes and will resist the possibility of clubs going against it when they meet on Monday.
Clubs in the Premier League are scared that up to 50 players could eventually revolt against the decision of the restart the season.
Up to 47 clubs have voted to end the League One and League Two campaign and the decision to call off can be made next week.
According to reports, some clubs in the English Championship will not like the season to continue and will want the table to be decided by using points-per-match-system with a play-off to determine the final promotion into the Premier League.
The government of the United Kingdom will like to recommend that all sport people should have a coronavirus charter to plan ahead of the year before they resume sporting activities.
George Foulkes, the former chairman of Hearts has insisted there is no other option than to declare the Scottish premiership season void.
Manchester United are set to allow goalkeeper Dean Henderson stay at Sheffield United until the end of the campaign, beyond his loan deal with the season set to be extended.
Barcelona women have been crowned champions of the Primera Division following the cancellation of the remaining fixtures of the season.
Reports have suggested that Hertha Berlin will like to suspend Salomon Kalou until the rest of the campaign after breaching lockdown rules and regulations. The Ivorian may have played his last match for the club.
Inter Milan midfielder Christian Eriksen is still living at the club’s training ground, he was there throughout the lockdown. This is because he’s yet to find a suitable place since he joined them in January.
Sunderland will like to pay some of their debts by selling Stewart Donald for a fee around £20m.
Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has tagged the side’s vice-chairman Ed Woodward “evil genius”, blaming him for his short time at the Old Trafford side.
Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe has called on Ligue 1 to share the golden boot with Wissam Ben Yedder who also scored 18 goals but was not awarded because Mbappe had more open play goals.
Former West Brom star Salomon Rondon has revealed that he almost joined Manchester United back in January.
Chelsea have reportedly opened negotiations with Leicester City over the possibility of signing left-back Ben Chilwell. The Blues are alternatively looking to sign Monaco 23-year old star Fode Ballo-Toure.