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Premier League leader and European champion Liverpool placed around 200 non-players on leave

Premier League leader Liverpool and European champion placed approximately 200 non-players on leave

What are the Premier League clubs planning for staff during the coronavirus lockdown?

Arsenal

Discussions are underway between the club and the players on wages, but it will not be easy because the players are on different contracts.

No decision has yet been made regarding staff on leave. Any change will go hand in hand with what is decided with the players.

Casual staff, such as stewards, will be paid in full until April 30.

Aston Villa

Aston Villa continues to pay its players and staff at full salary. The club awaits the outcome of talks between the PFA and Premier League players.

Bournemouth

Director Eddie Howe took a voluntary salary drop, as did his assistant, Jason Tindall, technical director Richard Hughes and general manager Neill Blake.

The club has authorized 50 staff members, but they are determined to pay their salaries in full.

Eddie Howe decides to cut wages during the current global crisis

Eddie Howe decides to cut wages during the current global crisis

Brighton

Brighton vice president and chief executive officer Paul Barber, technical director Dan Ashworth and head coach Graham Potter each suffered a major voluntary salary cut for the next three months.

This decision means that non-playing personnel will not be placed on leave imminently.

Burnley

Burnley said she will continue to pay all casual and matchday staff until April 30 and will explore all options in the future.

President Mike Garlick has revealed that the club could lose £ 50 million if the Premier League did not resume this season.

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Burnley president Mike Garlick said the club could run out of money by August if they don’t return to the Premier League by then.

Burnley president Mike Garlick said the club could run out of money by August if they don’t return to the Premier League by then.

Chelsea

All Chelsea players and staff are paid normally. Cesar Azpilicueta is involved in discussions with other Premier League captains about setting up a fund to help the NHS.

Roman Abramovich pays for the Millennium Hotel at Stamford Bridge to be used free of charge by NHS staff.

Chelsea’s global charity partner Plan International is responding to the effects of the coronavirus around the world. It operates in more than 70 countries.

Crystal palace

Players and management at Crystal Palace continue to receive their full salary. President Steve Parish also reassured other staff that they would not lose financially during the current crisis, including employees on match days.

Everton

Everton is not taking advantage of the government’s leave plan and currently has no plans to do so.

They also agreed to pay all casual workers directly hired during match days and off work days and unable to work due to the coronavirus crisis.

With regard to salary cuts and deferrals for players, the club awaits the outcome of discussions between the Premier League and the players’ union. Currently, all players and staff remain fully paid.

Leicester

Leicester continued to pay all of its employees their full wages.

President Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha also launched the club’s “Gift of a Wish 2020” charitable program on April 4, which would have been the 62nd birthday of his late father. Part of the funds made available will be allocated to causes whose action supports those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Liverpool

Liverpool have placed around 200 non-players on leave. The club is committed to supplementing the salaries of any staff members on leave to ensure that they continue to receive their full salary.

Manchester City

Manchester City have confirmed that they will not put staff on leave due to the coronavirus epidemic.

All Premier League football has been suspended in response to the coronavirus pandemic

All Premier League football has been suspended in response to the coronavirus pandemic

Manchester United

Manchester United currently has no plans to remove staff or implement pay cuts or deferrals.

Newcastle

The majority of Newcastle’s non-playing staff have been put on leave. This includes the entire recruiting and staffing staff of the academy, the foundations department as well as ground staff and many actors involved behind the scenes of business and commerce.

General Manager Lee Charnley continues to work full time, but from home, as does the communications manager. All players and coaching staff also remain fully paid.

Newcastle general manager Lee Charnley continues to work remotely from his home

Newcastle general manager Lee Charnley continues to work remotely from his home

Norwich

Norwich has put his non-player staff on maternity leave and said he would ensure that the club raises employees’ wages to make up for their full-time wages.

Sheffield United

So far, all club employees have been paid normally, but the situation is constantly being reviewed.

Southampton

Southampton players continue to receive their full wages as the club awaits the outcome of talks between the PFA and Premier League players. The club management team and other staff continue to receive their full salaries.

There are currently no plans to lay off staff or implement pay cuts or deferrals.

Tottenham

President Daniel Levy is one of 550 non-player Tottenham employees who cut wages to “protect jobs” amid the coronavirus crisis. Spurs’ 2018-19 accounts published on Companies House showed that Levy had won a £ 3 million bonus, in addition to his £ 4 million salary, for the delivery of the club’s new 62,000-seat stadium.

The Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust has since urged club players to cut wages.

Tottenham president Daniel Levy took a pay cut to protect club jobs

Tottenham president Daniel Levy took a pay cut to protect club jobs

Watford

All Watford playing and non-playing staff members remain fully paid. This is currently not expected to change. Additional savings have been made following a review of the current list of club suppliers.

West ham

All full-time employees continue to receive their full wages. Talks continue on player salary cuts and the club supports Premier League proposals to cut or postpone wages by 30%.

Vice President Karren Brady has said she is ready to accept the same pay cut as the players. Manager David Moyes also said he was willing to take a pay cut to help the club.

wolves

Wolves await a resumption and resolution of the talks between the PFA and the Premier League players. As things stand, they continue to pay all their staff their full wages.

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