Tit will cost the Premier League, whatever it is, and every time it is finally counted, it will also cost European football. It was last summer before the biggest clubs in the English game were supposed to be freed from the current work permit restrictions in the post-Brexit landscape, which largely prevented them from buying directly from America. South. In short, this is what many European clubs, especially those who had skillfully traded in as an intermediary for South American talents in the Premier League, had hoped it would be their last big pay.
Since the players were approached without success last week, it is difficult to discern the progress made by the English game in the search for an answer to its problems during this second week of April, when the number of death increases and locking continues. Its grassroots soccer game is in crisis, the EFL told the players’ union that many of its Ligue 1 and 2 clubs could not honor their April payroll. So far, the only answer seems to be to start the games, but here, at the heart of the pandemic, no one can yet say when or how.