For more than two months now, the Premier League has been shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. A pandemic which makes the unhappiness of certain large clubs.
Indeed, Manchester United has seen its debt increase. According to information obtained by the Guardian, the Reds Devils have seen their net debt increase by 142 million euros in recent weeks. It would now reach 479 million, over the period of the last twelve months ended March 31. The Mancunian club, therefore, pays dearly for the repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This situation makes it easier to understand why certain English clubs are forcing to resume the Premier League, despite the always deleterious health situation.