Wednesday's Most Important Stories From The Business Of Football: Arsenal propose 55 redundancies; Premier League clubs to discuss curtailment scenario; Fulham boss warns of repeating "clear errors"; UEFA could force clubs to forfeit due to travel bans; Osasuna expect sponsorship income growth despite pandemic

5 August 2020

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Photo: PA Images "You can't build teams with drastic changes, drastic swings of players [coming in]. This team has been around myself now for the best part of 15 months and they have improved and improved and improved. I’m happy with where we are. We are going to need additions – we are going into the biggest league there is – but no real drastic changes," said Fulham manager Scott Parker.
Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

1. Arsenal propose 55 redundancies citing "significant and longer-lasting reductions" in revenue 

Arsenal have proposed making 55 redundancies due to facing more "significant and longer-lasting reductions" to their revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic than they had previously hoped, the club said in a statement on Wednesday

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