Happy Sunday to all our readers out there and happy Easter Sunday to our Christian faithfuls. It’s the time of the day again to check out the latest sports news today…
Real Sociedad are set to tell their players to resume back to training, becoming the first Spanish team to take that step since football was paused due to the outbreak of coronavirus. The are targeting Tuesday as the start of training with different precautionary measures in place.
Sheffield United have reportedly furloughed some of their employee who are unable to perform their normal duties for the club. They stated that all staff will however still be paid full salary.
Arsenal players have been informed they will not be forced to take a pay cut for losses due to this coronavirus period provided they can qualify for the Champions League when football resumes.
According to reports, Chelsea will allow local players to use the club’s Stamford Bridge stadium to train during this period.
UEFA are targeting a three-week block arrangement to finish up the Champions League and Europa League in August.
There are likelihood of new rules in the Premier League next season after changes were made to the use of pitch-side monitors and the type of incident penalised as handball when the ball hits the hand.
Reports have claimed that Kylian Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid was almost done just before the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.
Daniel Levy, Tottenham chairman will allow forward Harry Kane to leave the club to Manchester United if he gets to receive £200m for him.
Manchester United star Paul Pogba has stated that he has more desire to be back on the pitch with the rest of the Old Trafford squad when the pandemic period is over after suffering major injuries in his foot this season.
The FA president of Gabon has advised Arsenal skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to leave the club, labelling the Gunners as a non-ambitious club. His current deal expires next year.