Coronavirus: UEFA to discuss player contracts and transfer system with member associations on Wednesday

31 March 2020

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Photo: PA Images The 55 member associations will meet via videoconference Wednesday at midday, where European football's governing body will also give an update on the two working groups it set up two weeks ago.

The 55 member associations will meet via videoconference at midday, where European football's governing body will also give an update on the two working groups it set up two weeks ago.

All UEFA finals originally scheduled for May have been indefinitely postponed.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

UEFA will meet with its 55 member associations via videoconference on Wednesday to discuss player contracts and transfer system with regards to the coronavirus pandemic, among other things.

With football in the major European leagues suspended until at least 30th April, clubs are starting to weigh their options for dealing with the financial impact of the emergency, but uncertainty still remains as to how great the monetary impact will ultimately be.

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