A member of parliament wants to be that Premier League clubs are quick to cut the salaries of the players
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From the Uk’s politics is more and more pressure on Premier League clubs to reduce the wages of the players at the coronacrisis. A member of parliament, Julian Knight last Thursday in a letter to the Premier League to be sent to his “dismay” about the market.
Knight, a member of the Conservative Party, and chairman of the parliamentary committee that will exercise is, the most of the ‘morally reprehensible’ that Premier League clubs are, for the time being staff on a leave of absence, but not to intervene in the spelerssalarissen.
“It is very unfair that the employees have less and less money, while the players have their whole salary to retain,” writes Knight, in a letter addressed to the Prime minister-League, director Richard Masters.