Premier League football is subject to the most damage due to the heavy influence from pandemic Covid-19. According to estimates by the Daily Mail, averaging a team of Premiership average loss of 9.1 million pounds per week, 1.3 million pounds/day. The reason is because the club still have to pay expenses such as salary players, maintaining the stadium which hardly receive any income from football.
The Premiership club pandemic contorted his face Covid-19
Loss of 9.1 million pounds per week, not surprising that many team was in a difficult position. In the meantime tournament back, they were forced to work with the bank to rescue yourself. Still according to this source, the club may have to borrow a bank loan of up to 100 million pounds to compensate for the losses they incurred.
The team in the Premier League was the threatened stations demanding reimbursement to 762 million pounds in cash for the broadcasters, if not able to finish the season as expected. Not to mention these sponsorship contracts, ticket sales, commercial organizations when the matches were also significantly cut revenues. That's why this tournament is urgent to find measures to bring football back as soon as possible.
Premiership every year to 3 billion pounds pocket money from the sale of television rights from broadcasters all over the world. Currently this tournament just completed 29 rounds and will be delayed until the end of April, before taking measures back.
Difficulties are piling difficulty is the English Premiership club really facing. Currently the club is looking for ways to cut costs, the online meeting was held to force players to accept salary cuts of 30%, join hands BLD team. But also so that controversies are arising between the players, the players Professional Association and the organizers of the Premier League.
MU team was still "healthy" pandemic temporary Covid-19
Journalist Kieran Lynch's Daily Mail revealed, the two clubs Southampton and West Ham have confirmed will pay slow part of salaries due to the crisis taking place, while there is news that Watford will become the third team do this. The time Arsenal have officially announced the 12.5% wage cut players & coaches.
MU is still the most cavalier team said it would not reduce the remuneration of the players and staff of the club, and also do not need subsidies in the government's bailout of the UK. According to the company Soccerex, to April 2/2020 MU team is at the forefront of storage capacity with 241 million pounds of money in the bank, more than any other big team in Europe.