Football clubs of the English Premier League will lose about 1.3 billion Euro, if the current season will not be finished due to the coronavirus
Football clubs of the English Premier League will lose about 1.3 billion Euro, if the current season will not be finished due to the coronavirus, according to the newspaper The Telegraph.
on Saturday, the leadership of the Premier League held a video conference with players clubs with the aim to convince them to cut salaries by 30%, also the players talked about the possible financial losses of the clubs.
Now the Premier League suspended indefinitely due to pandemic coronavirus, if the season will not be played, the clubs do not count income from the sale of rights to broadcast (about 866 million euros), from the matches (about 227 million Euro) and from sponsorship contracts (about 199 million euros).
“The clubs have estimated that with a 30 per cent cut or deferral they would raise around £570 million in savings from player salaries which would cover around half the total losses of £1.137 billion.” @SamWallaceTel https://t.co/trb09g6ABO
— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) January 4, 2020
the Players and coaches of many teams in Europe have gone to lowering wages in the crisis. In Russia to this compromise with their players already come the Moscow “Spartak”, CSKA, “Ufa” and “Rubin”.
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