Football's decision-makers continue to attempt to navigate through the coronavirus crisis that has seen all major leagues suspended indefinitely until competitive action can safely resume. But while the game is on hold, decisions and plans are still being made at the top clubs in preparation for when football returns.
The leading clubs in the Premier League all face different challenges and objectives, and issues to overcome. So what are the priorities to address and questions to be answered?
Donovan's World Cup heroics, Leicester's long-shot title, Man United's UCL miracle: The best moment I have seen
Over the years, our writers have been present for some of the game's greatest occasions. In the latest installment of a multipart series, they tell the story of the best moments they have seen in person, which include Landon Donovan's late World Cup winner, Leicester winning the unlikeliest of titles and Man United turning around the 1999 Champions League final.
Jeff Carlisle: Donovan sparks World Cup delirium
The match: United States 1-0 Algeria (2010)
The location: Pretoria
When the draw...
Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira has said he would be willing to play games every day if it meant being able to finish the season.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to the suspension of every major league in Europe, including the Premier League, as well as UEFA club competitions.
United have nine league games to fulfil, plus commitments in the Europa League and the FA Cup, although there is no indication yet about when football might be able to return.
There have been suggestions the...