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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Everton 10 6 10 36
10 Arsenal 7 13 6 34
11 Burnley 10 4 12 34
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Aubameyang in Arsenal limbo, UEFA consider relaxing FFP, Bielsa's unique check-ins with Leeds players

Welcome to our latest European football notebook, featuring contributions from ESPN writers across the continent. In this edition, Arsenal's star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ponders whether to stay or go, top defender Kalidou Koulibaly hints at a PSG move, Barcelona move on from a recent signing and much more.

Jump to: Aubameyang in limbo | Koulibaly moving to Paris? | Bielsa plays Big Brother at Leeds | UEFA to relax FFP? | EFL teams not cutting wages yet | Arsenal and rivals chasing...

Recovered Arsenal boss Arteta fears for whom he might have infected with coronavirus

Julien Laurens details why this summer is so important for Arsenal and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta explains how coronavirus affected him and his family.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta feared whom he might have infected when he tested positive for the coronavirus, but said Thursday he has completed his recovery and is ready to return to work with the Premier League side.

Arsenal announced Arteta's positive test on March 12, which ultimately led to the halt in the season as his side prepared to face Manchester City.

The Spaniard believes he contracted the virus after the team's Europa League clash in late February against Greek side Olympiakos, whose...

Premier League reboot: How Man United, Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Co. are set (or not) for the future

This is a unique and somewhat impossible time in the sports world and in the world as a whole. Due to the spread of the coronavirus, we have no idea whether or when soccer and other sports will resume their seasons, we don't know whether there will be fans in the stands when they do, we don't know whether or when transfer windows will open and, most importantly from a sports perspective, we don't know just how painful the financial hit from this stoppage will be. It could be awfully bad, and it...

Premier League chiefs to discuss player pay cuts due to coronavirus - sources

Julien Laurens discusses Rio Ferdinand's opinion that the current Premier League should be voided.
Julien Laurens thinks because of Liverpool's 25-point lead, they should be anointed Premier League winners.
Julien Laurens criticises plans from the Premier League to get players to play through the summer.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti questions why the Premier League has committed to complete the 2019-20 season.

Premier League chief executives will discuss the prospect of asking players to take pay deferrals when the 20 top flight clubs stage their next video conference on April 3, sources have told ESPN.

With all football in England suspended until April 30 at the earliest due to the coronavirus pandemic, every Premier League outfit has shut down its day-to-day operations, with club staff working from home and players forced to train to alone as a result of training ground being closed.

- Sources: Next...

Arteta recovering from coronavirus as Arsenal cancel training

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti questions why the Premier League has committed to complete the 2019-20 season.
AS Roma, MLS and Man City players are just a few taking part in the toilet paper challenge frenzy.
Ale Moreno says Barcelona need someone much younger than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to replace Luis Suarez.
With reports swirling about Thomas Partey, Shaka Hislop feels Arsenal should do their best to sign him.

Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta says he is "feeling very well" and is on the road to recovery after being infected by the coronavirus but his club have delayed Tuesday's scheduled return to training stating that it would be "irresponsible" for that to happen.

Arteta tested positive on March 12, becoming the first coronavirus case in the Premier League.

- Sources: Next Prem season off until this one ends
- Darke: Why the Prem season must be completed
- Connelly: 10 unresolved questions in European soccer

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