ARSENAL will be out of action for at least two weeks after the Premier League was suspended due to coronavirus.
Manager Mikel Arteta tested positive for the killer bug last week, while the entire Gunners squad were swabbed.
But Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could still be on his way out of Arsenal, with the Gabon striker reportedly Barcelona's second-choice transfer target if they fail in their bid for Lautaro Martinez.
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Here is what has come out of Uefa's meeting today:
- Euro 2020: Will now be on June 11 to July 11, 2021
- Champions League final moved to June 27
- Europa League final moved to June 24
- March's Euro 2020 play-offs moved to June 2020
- World Cup 2022 qualifying will be played at a different date, if they clash with Euro 2021
- Nations League finals in 2021 rescheduled
- Women's Euro 2021 rescheduled
Alexandre Lacazette has been doing a WattBike session in his back garden, with a lovely-looking palm tree not far away.
He said: “Try to stay positive and healthy during this sad situation we are experiencing in the world right now.
“Hope you are all keeping well and making the most of StayAtHome”
Liverpool's star-studded squad have been named as the most valuable in Europe with Jurgen Klopp's men worth a whopping £1.27billion.
But it's a stark contrast for Mikel Arteta's floundering Arsenal side who find themselves down in 15th spot, with the Gunners worth £566m.
The figures have been calculated by the CIES Football Observatory research team, who take into account the age of the players, form, the length of contract remaining and their international status.
With the Reds blasting away Manchester City in the fight for the Premier League title this campaign, Liverpool have also edged the Citizens to top spot.
United then come in sixth with the club worth the same amount as Chelsea, with Paris Saint-Germain seventh with their squad's value estimated at £890m.
The Premier League reportedly risk breaching their £3billion TV contract if the season is not finished by the end of July.
The Mail claim that England's top division has signed deals with Sky Sports and BT Sport that commit to delivering a completed fixture programme by July 31.
The report adds that a fresh contract for the next season then kicks off on August 1.
There are growing doubts that the Premier League will be able to be completed by that cut off.
The official stance is that it will resume from April 4, but even the most optimistic predict that will be moved back by at least a few weeks, while clubs have nine or 10 fixtures remaining.
Euro 2020 has been postponed until next summer.
Uefa held crisis talks this morning amid the worldwide coronavirus outbreak and the decision was made to push the tournament back to 2021.
The Norwegian FA tweeted the news at 12:17pm today with a statement from Uefa expected imminently.
In a series of three teleconferences that started at 9am president Aleksander Ceferin and his senior lieutenants tried to make sense of the madness and eventually took the tough but expected decision.
Uefa's flagship international tournament was due to take place across 12 different cities to mark the 60th anniversary of the competition.
Euro 2020 was due to start on June 12 in Rome and finish at Wembley exactly a month later.
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