Manchester United is just one of many Premier League football clubs that will lose out on millions in rebate due to the suspension of matches during the COVID-19 lockdown. In total, Premier League clubs could see themselves paying back up to \u00a3340 million to various broadcasters for games that were not held. Cliff batty who is the chief financial adviser for Manchester United went onto say: "Given the delay caused by COVID-19 to the playing schedule, we anticipate that the revenues from the Premier League for completion of the 2019\/20 season will be reduced, as discussions remain ongoing with broadcasters," HAVE YOU READ!!?? Mamelodi Sundowns Secure Pitso Until 2024 "For Manchester United, we have estimated this reduction to be around \u00a320 million for a full season of 38 games." Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is hopeful that matches will resume next month as small groups have already started playing. \u201cIt is now inevitable that our matches will initially be played behind closed doors when the season resumes,\u201d Woodward said \u201cThis is as disappointing for us as it is for our fans, but we hope it will allow the men\u2019s first team to complete all of its competitions in the 2019\/20 season by the end of August, and to start next season in time to target completion of next season still in May 2021. HAVE YOU READ!!?? FIFA and FIFPRO Join Forces To Grow Women\u2019s Football \u201cThere are still profound challenges ahead, and for football as a whole, and it is safe to say it will not be \u2018business as usual\u2019 for some time.\u201d The financial toll of the coronavirus on the world of football is still tallying up as United have already offered to refund fans on tickets purchased for the rest of the season seeing as the games will most likely all be played behind closed doors.