'Anti-COVID clauses', the new strategy of the Premier League

According to 'Sky Sports News', transfer contracts can be canceled and thus part of the transfer price is recovered if football stops again due to the coronavirus.

'Anti-COVID-clauses'-the-new-strategy-of-the-Premier-League

The Premier League and the English Football League are trying to include new legal guarantees in footballers' contracts in order to cover themselves if the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen. As reported by Sky Sports News, the 'anti-COVID clauses' are being included in many current transfers, which means that they can be canceled and thus part of the transfer price is recovered if football stops again due to the coronavirus.

In the same way, many clubs are trying to go one step further in the contracts, looking for the possibility of reducing part of the salaries if the games continue to be played behind closed doors, as before. In any case, and despite the worsening of the situation in recent weeks and the 40 positives that were registered in the last control of the Premier League, the organization has not yet considered the option of stopping the season.



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