Officials in the five major European leagues adhered to the resumption of football activity, in a declared challenge to overcome the Corona virus (Covid 19), as optimism for some reached the mid-month, as in France. European clubs collectively seek to complete local competitions, to avoid many economic losses, and to revive the football industry, which was affected by the period of suspension that began successively since the ninth of last March.
The stoppage caused major financial damage to the European clubs, which were deprived of the sources of income that depend on them from the revenues of the matches and the rights of TV broadcasts and advertisements, while paying weekly salaries to their players without benefiting from them. In this report, "Emirates Today" monitors the plans set by the federations and leagues for the return of football activity in the coming period.
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