MANCHESTER UNITED will not play again until at least May and it could be longer with claims suggesting the Premier League season could be cancelled.
But there's some good news to cheer with wonderkid Angel Gomes set for a new deal and Marcus Rashford providing an update on his return from injury.
We also have all the latest transfer talk on the likes of Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and James Rodriguez, after the Madrid trio were made 'available'.
Follow all the latest news and updates from Old Trafford below…
Paul Merson revealed that he would be shocked to see Odion Ighalo leave Manchester United in the summer.
He told Sky Sports: “I know he hasn't played a lot of football but when he's come off the bench and when he has got some game time, he's looked class.
“And don't worry about the new mega money offers in China.
“He's said all the right things since joining Manchester United. He's turned around enough times and said he's dreamed of playing for United so if they do offer him a permanent deal, I can't see him turning it down.
“Everything's gone right for him so far and if United do offer him a chance to stay, I'd be shocked if he walked away.”
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has named his Premier League team of the season so far, which unsurprisingly included the whole of the Reds back four.
With the season currently on hold, Carragher has drafted the team that have impressed him the most…
Manchester United ace Bruno Fernandes has already shown up club-record signing Paul Pogba, according to Emmanuel Petit.
The £55million January signing has instantly become a huge fan favourite having helped fire the Red Devils into top-four contention.
Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes the Portuguese international will become a natural leader in the squad.
It is a stark contrast to £89million-rated Pogba who has endured an injury-hit campaign.
Carlo Ancelotti sent a stark warning to English football: Get ready for serious change.
The Everton boss believes the sport faces huge economic challenges amid the coronavirus crisis.
Predicting the end of huge transfer fees, he said: “Footballers and coaches will earn less and tickets will cost less because people will have less money.
“The economy will change at every level and we have to get ready.”
The world game is in shutdown as countries tackle Covid-19, which is claiming lives by the thousands.
It has left clubs at all levels staring financial meltdown in the face of spiralling costs with no real income.
Leagues and clubs are scrambling to find a way to finish seasons to ensure they claim the billions in TV and matchday revenue needed to stay afloat.
The Premier League may not restart until July… and then could all be finished behind closed doors within four weeks, according to reports.
All professional football in England is currently postponed until the end of April due to the coronavirus.
But as the pandemic continues to have devastating consequences across the country, it looks increasingly likely that the suspension will be pushed back further.
Now, according to Football London, there is a suggestion that it may not return for another four months.
And even when it does get back underway, the Premier League and EFL may try and wrap up all the games within “four to six weeks” with no fans in attendance.
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