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Man United's Sanchez won't take pay-cut to leave - sources

Rob Dawson details Andreas Pereira's comments about having to train without a set goal and playing every day.
Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer explains how players will continue to train during social distancing.
Danny Higginbotham breaks down whether Ole Gunnar Solskajer is still the answer at Manchester United.

Alexis Sanchez will stick it out at Manchester United rather than leave in a cut-price deal in the next transfer window, sources have told ESPN.

Sanchez is spending the season on loan at Inter Milan with United paying a portion of the 31-year-old's salary.

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He would be open to making the move permanent but the Italian side have reservations because of the cost of any potential...

Coronavirus: Italian PFA labels Serie A decision to cut player wages 'shameful'

Former MLS player and current doctor Marshall Leonard sheds light on his efforts to fight coronavirus.
Julien Laurens explains why Belgium ending their season due to the coronavirus could impact other league decisions.
La Liga releases a video to thank those still going to work amid the coronavirus crisis in Spain.

The Italian Footballers' Association (AIC) has heavily criticised Serie A's decision to cut all player and manager wages by a third in order to help cover the financial losses caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

Serie A announced on Monday that, should the 2019-20 season be cancelled, wages would be cut by a third, while the salary deficit would be reduced to a sixth if the campaign reaches a conclusion.

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Coronavirus: Serie A announce all players, managers wages to be cut by a third if season is not completed

Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso addresses how potential wage cuts and deferrals would impact Serie A.

Serie A has announced that all players and managers will have their wages cut by a third if the season is not concluded due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The league also said the wages will be cut by a sixth if the campaign can be finished as planned.

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The announcement will not affect Juventus, who have already reached an agreement over a wage reduction that will save them...

Italy's FA chief: Season could run through October due to coronavirus

 

Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso addresses how potential wage cuts and deferrals would impact Serie A.

The Serie A season could be extended to September or October, the head of the Italian FA (FIGC) said on Sunday, warning that there could be an "avalanche of litigation" if it was not settled on the field.

Serie A has been suspended since March 9 because of the coronavirus pandemic which has claimed 15,887 lives in Italy, almost a quarter of the global death total. Several club presidents have suggested that the season should be called off.

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UEFA threaten leagues with European competition ban if they void season

FifPro General Secretary Jonas Baer-Hoffman explains covid-19's financial impact on even the biggest clubs.
Gab Marcotti explains why UEFA needs to make a ruling on player contracts if the season is extended.
Gab Marcotti reacts to the news that UEFA has suspended all European competitions "until further notice."
Julien Laurens and Craig Burley break down Thomas Tuchel's standing at PSG and who could replace him in Paris.

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has said that leagues that end early without permission due to the coronavirus pandemic could face a European competitions ban next season.

Belgium became the first European top-tier league to cancel the rest of its season on Thursday, with Club Brugge crowned league champions. The decision came hours before UEFA, the European Club Association and the European Leagues umbrella group sent a joint letter to their members saying it was of "paramount importance"...