Due to the second wave of epidemics in Europe, the FA has postponed the time to allow fans to return to the stands. Manchester United coach Solskjaer expressed concerns about the survival of low-level clubs in an interview, and he said that the Premier League team will also be greatly affected.
When talking about whether Premier League teams should provide financial support to clubs in the lower leagues, Solskjaer said: "First of all, we are all affected by the epidemic. We cannot predict what will happen in the future and when the ratio of confirmed cases will be confirmed. Rising again. Fans’ inability to enter the stadium to watch football is bad for the sport of football and society.”
"Of course, we are very worried about the teams in the lower leagues, but all Premier League teams are also losing a lot of money. We can only hope that everything can get back on track as soon as possible so that we will not lose more clubs."