A wonderful morning to all our readers out there, it’s the last day of the month of April as we check out the latest sports news this morning. Our time is in GMT+1, depending on your time zone, Good morning.
Starting with news related to the ongoing coronavirus crisis…
The Premier League will try to organise friendlies behind closed doors as they plan ahead of getting the 2019-2020 campaign back to action.
Manchester United vice-chairman Ed Woodward has stated that the club will remain competitive in the transfer window and will still back manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with whatever he needs to get them back to trophy winning ways.
Players of Tottenham will be given their full salaries for April today, that’s a month after their chairman Daniel Levy asked them to take wage cuts.
The police will like the season to be called off if fans breach social distancing regulations if the season eventually resumes.
According to reports, some Premier League managers are not too comfortable with the idea of getting football back underway. They fear risks to players and managers involved.
Players in the Premier League would all be told to wear snoods or face masks at all times in trainings as they look to manage the ongoing crisis.
Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing players for free as well as getting involved in swap deals that will help them manage this coronavirus period.
Formula 1 stars Esteban Ocon and Sebastian Vettel have both expressed their interest in a shorter season which will help them have a worthy world champion in 2020. Reports have it that the season could resume by July 5 with behind closed doors race in Austrian GP. The date is however still tentative.
Reports from Tokyo is that the Tokyo 2020 Olympics games will end up being scrapped if it does not take place in 2021. The event was moved forward until July next year and they believe everything would be smooth by then, but if it is not possible, it might be cancelled.
The supposed Baseball hall of fame has been cancelled and shifted to July 25 at the earliest.