The Premier League will give clubs a percentage of this season's merit payments as a cash advance, to help avoid cash flow problems during the coronavirus shutdown.
Udinese director Pierpaolo Marino, whose club shares owners with Watford FC, believes the Premier League is close to announcing the end of the current season.
Matteo Guendouzi thinks Premier League clubs shouldn't even restart training, let alone matches, until the Covid-19 situation is over.
Manchester United have committed to paying all their staff 100% of their wages after a public backlash forced Liverpool into reversing their decision to use tax-payers money to pay their employees.
Premier League talks with the Government over a June return to action are reportedly at an 'advanced stage', according to a report.
Premier League players have been warned against posting lavish pictures of themselves in self-isolation as the predictable and tiresome backlash over footballer's pay takes hold.
Arsenal are in 'full support' of the Premier League goal to complete all remaining domestic matches for the 2019/20 season, according to a club statement.
Arsenal are reportedly in talks with north London hospitals over how the Emirates can be used as Premier League clubs open up their facilities to aid the fight against Covid-19 and emergency preparations for temporary morgues are discussed.
UEFA are still urging patience in the hope European leagues can complete their domestic seasons over the coming months.
Premier League football may return with a couple of rule changes if the plan to complete the season over the summer goes ahead.
The specific demands of Premier League clubs could make the current season wrap-up plan unworkable, according to some travel management higher-ups.
The Premier League will discuss this week the possibility of football returning at the end of May with a target date of July 12 for the end of the season.
Arsenal matches could be moved outside London when football returns, depending on the spread of Covid-19, according to reports.
Premier League players are not in favour of starting the season up again behind closed doors, according to a report.
Arsenal are still planning to play their outstanding matches this season, according to an email they sent to Platinum Members this week.
Premier League sources maintain that the plan is still to restart football as soon as practical after April 30th, despite the issues this presents for the integrity of the competition.
Arsenal have delayed the return of their players at all levels, despite the entire club undergoing a 14-day quarantine, as they believe it would not be safe to get back to business as normal.
This week, Matthew is joined by Paul to talk COVID-19 and what happens next for football. We also talk a bit of politics, question the...
With the UK Government still refusing to shut down all public gatherings and issuing false information, Alexandre Lacazette has retweeted a message that makes his stance clear on what he thinks we should do.
Despite being told to quarantine himself after Callum Hudson-Odoi's Covid-19 positive result, Chelsea's Mason Mount was spotted playing football in a local park with West Ham's Declan Rice.
It has been revealed that more than 100 players and staff at Arsenal could be required to self-quarantine after Mikel Arteta tested positive for Coronavirus.
The Premier League are suspending the season for the next few weeks, according to an announcement this morning.
After insisting that the Premier League would go ahead this weekend, the Premier League is now expected to announce its suspension according to the BBC.
Arsenal are now on lockdown after manager Mikel Arteta tested positive for Coronavirus with calls to suspend the Premier League growing louder. Get the latest...
Arsenal's Caitlin Foord will face a 14-day quarantine when she returns to Arsenal after international duty with the Australian national team.
This week, Matthew is joined by Anita to talk a traditional and non-traditional 1-0 win over West Ham, the midfield muddle and Ainsley Maitland-Niles....
Despite only deciding on the date for this game just one week ago, the Premier League have postponed Arsenal's game in Manchester with less than 24 hours notice due to the Corona virus as it takes hold in the UK.
In the rush to avoid the spread of Coronavirus/Covid-10, the FA's medics were today praised by the Daily Mail for being 'ahead of the curve' when they banned England players from shaking hands with players during the last international break - in November.
Arsenal and Tottenham have both implemented procedures at their training grounds to try and limit any spread of the coronavirus.