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Arsenal dropped Interest In Kevin Volland

Arsenal football club has dropped their interest in Bayer Leverkusen’s Striker Kevin Volland After current boss Mikel Arteta expressed his concern over the striker’s ability and whether he can be successful in the Premier league. Kevin Volland is a prime key transfer target for the former Arsenal boss, Unai Emery. Arsenal definitely doesn’t need a striker until and unless one of either Aubameyang or Lacazatte leave the club. Arteta’s biggest challenge will be resolving futures of their star strikers and a hot prospect in Bukayo Saka, who burst on to the main scene after series of Man of the Match performances.

But Coronavirus pandemic will have a huge effect on expenses for Arsenal according to Raul Sanllehi.

“The reduction in income from playing BCD for the rest of the season will knock £23m from available cash at the end of the season as will the absence of season ticket renewals (£70m)”

Kevin Volland has made 22 Bundesliga appearances in 19/20 season, in which he scored 9 goals and assisted 8. It will be a huge blow for the Bundesliga club, if they lose him, as he’s one of the key member and ocassional captain for the club.


Football Players Together Initiative Partners With NHS Charities Together

It is Official, English Premier League players joined hands and have formed the initiative, #PlayersTogether, and have partnered with NHSCT [NHS Charities Together] in order to assist them in generting and distributing funds to help them in fighting Coronavirus. Hoping to see all the different leagues players join hands together and help saving the world. No one expected this horrible pandemic will take over 86000 lives [ as of today]. Statement reads –

Over the course of the last week we, as a group of Premier League players, have held numerous talks together with the vision of creating a contribution fund that can be used to distribute money to where it’s needed most in this COVID19 crisis; helping those fighting for us on the NHS frontline as well as other key areas of need. This is a critical time for our country and for our NHS, and we are determined to help in any way that we can. We can confirm that after extensive conversations between a huge number of players from all Premier League clubs we have created our own collective player initiative, #PlayersTogether, and have partnered with NHS Charities Together (NHSCT) in order to assist them in generating and distributing funds quickly and efficiently to where they are needed most. NHSCT is the national umbrella organisation for over 150 registered NHS charities, working closely with the Charity Commission, Department of Health and Social Care, and NHS England to represent, champion, and support the NHS’ official charities. NHSCT are the official charity partner of the NHS nationally. The contributions that this initiative will generate will help NHSCT quickly grant funds to the front line to support in a number of ways, including to help enhance the well-being of NHS Staff, volunteers and patients impacted by COVID-19 as well as helping them in their work supporting many other critical areas of need both now and in the longer term. #PlayersTogether is about we, as players, collaborating together to create a voluntary initiative, separate to any other club and league conversations, that can help get much needed funds to those that need it right now. To try and help, along with so many others in the country, make a real difference. Our prayers and thoughts go out to everybody affected by this crisis. By sticking together, we will get through this. Stay Home. Protect the NHS. Save Lives. #PlayersTogether

This is one of the best things that has ever done by the football players community.