Translation Covid-19 has seriously affected the global economy and football is not the exception. The tournament is considered to be the most fascinating planet, the Premier League has been suspended since March and only intends to return to the next 12/6 days.

Premiership risk losing £ 1.5 billion:
British Prime Minister banned from watching football fans to the pitch until finding vaccines Covid-19 (Image Source: Internet)

British Prime Minister banned from watching football fans to the pitch until finding vaccines Covid-19

Even if the return, the organizers Premiership offer extremely strict rules to ensure no spread of disease. According to the latest statements of the Prime Minister of England, the audience only allowed to field as Covid-19 found the vaccine, it is likely that the pitch in the UK will still absent fans a long time again .

This means that the team will lose revenue from ticket sales and look forward to the only television rights money. According to The Sun, 20-team Premier League will earn 760 million pounds from royalties for the rest of the 2019/20 season. That is the money enough for all the teams cover after heavy losses because Covid-19.

That is why the meeting of the Premier League took place today (11/5) should confirm the date back. Currently, according to the Mirror still three teams do not agree with the plan played on neutral ground with Watford, Brighton and Aston Villa. This makes Premiership risk still exists canceled.

Premiership risk losing £ 1.5 billion:
Premiership at risk of losing £ 1.5 billion transactions within the next television rights (Image Source: Internet)

Premiership at risk of losing £ 1.5 billion transactions within the next television rights

According to The Sun newspaper reported that if the Premier League ended prematurely, the team not only took part in royalties TV remainder of the season which will take an additional 1.5 billion pounds over the negotiation of television rights next.

TV rights contracts current Premiership worth up to 9 billion pounds and a half of that coming from domestic broadcasters. Several major broadcasters such as Sky Sports in the UK, BT Sport are suffering quite serious while allowing users to pause subscribers during Covid-19 raging epidemic.

This makes the station's financial and damages affected even more severely if the last round of 9 English Premiership 2019/20 is not happening. Therefore, they are willing to "cut" part of an agreement to compensate the damage, as well as a "punishment" for the opposition team Premiership again. Remember, the team midrange and below need royalties to maintain than the big teams a lot.

Therefore, the Premier League need to come up with a uniform plan in the meeting today (11/5). At least, they need to come up with a roadmap back and get permission from the club.