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Arsenal executive team to waive part of salary amid coronavirus crisis

Arsenal were ninth in the Premier League when the season was halted



Arsenal's executive team will waive more than a third of their salaries over the next 12 months in response to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

The Gunners also said all other employees are to be paid in full, and the club will not be using the government's job retention scheme.

Read more: Arsenal executive team to waive part of salary amid coronavirus crisis

Marouane Fellaini leaves hospital after coronavirus treatment

Marouane Fellaini moved to China in 2019 after six years at Manchester United



Former Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, who tested positive for coronavirus, has left hospital and said the "hardest part is behind me".

The Belgium international, 32, has had three weeks of treatment in China after being diagnosed on 22 March.

Read more: Marouane Fellaini leaves hospital after coronavirus treatment


Newcastle United takeover deal worth £300m close

Mike Ashley took charge of the club in 2007



A Newcastle United takeover has taken a step closer after new documents show that owner Mike Ashley has entered into a charge agreement with potential buyer Amanda Staveley.

Financier Staveley is leading a bid which involves Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund and the Reuben Brothers.

Read more: Newcastle United takeover deal worth £300m close

Tottenham Hotspur reverse furlough decision for non-playing staff

Tottenham initially announced on 31 March they were furloughing some staff



Tottenham have reversed their decision to use the government's furlough scheme for some non-playing staff during the coronavirus crisis following criticism from supporters.

On 31 March, the club announced 550 employees would take a 20% pay cut in an attempt "to protect jobs".

Read more: Tottenham Hotspur reverse furlough decision for non-playing staff


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