Tuesday's Most Important Stories From The Business Of Football: Premier League's Chinese rights holder withholding £160 million payment; Genoa owner dismisses "ridiculous" takeover proposals; German health ministers shut door for spectators before 31st October

11 August 2020

Premier League
Photo: PA Images The Premier League has reportedly rejected its Chinese broadcast partner's offer for a three-year extension to cover the 2022-25 period.
Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

1. Premier League's Chinese rights holder withholding £160 million payment

The Premier League's Chinese broadcaster partner, Suning Holdings, is withholding a payment of £160 million due in March, according to the Daily Mail, believed to be due to the prior suspension of all matches.

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