Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Manchester United are well-placed to exploit any knock-on effects of the coronavirus suspension.
Jose Mourinho was pictured on social media flaunting government rules by meeting up with the midfielder Tanguy Ndombele in a public park in London for a one-on-one training session.
Pep Guardiola's 82-year-old mother has died after contracting coronavirus, Manchester City announced on Monday.
The England defender, 29 has apologised after the Sun newspaper reported that he invited two call girls to his flat on Tuesday.
Top Premier League clubs like Liverpool and Tottenham, along with Newcastle, Norwich and Bournemouth, have used the British government's scheme to fund their non-playing staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
The PFA warned that there will be a massive shortfall for British government coffers if a sweeping cut in wages was introduced for Premier League players.
Newcastle, Tottenham, Bournemouth and Norwich have also said they would furlough non-playing staff.
The Premier League said on Friday that clubs would consult players over a combination of pay cuts and deferrals amounting to 30 percent of their annual salary.
Premier League clubs will ask players to take a combination of pay cuts and deferrals amounting to 30 percent of their salary due to the financial crisis caused by coronavirus
Leading politicians in the UK have weighed in on the discussion, with some saying that footballers at Premier League clubs should take pay cuts.
Clubs like Tottenham, Newcastle and Norwich have said they will use a government scheme to guarantee 80 percent of salaries for staff up to a maximum of 2,500 pounds.
Tottenham Hotspur are one of four Premier League clubs to implement this measure which involves a reduction in the staff members salaries to 80% and paid by the British Government -- however the players high wages remain the same.
Tottenham Hotspur's South Korean striker Son Heung-min will report to a marines boot camp later this month to fulfil military service duties.
Players do not want to be the fall guys in a crisis only for clubs to behave irresponsibly when their income returns.
During the unsettling virus lockdown in Britain, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been unable to train his squad in person.
On the same day it was revealed that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy was paid 7 million pounds ($8.7 million) last season, which included a 3 million pound bonus.
The Premier League campaign has been postponed until at least April 30 because of the coronavirus pandemic, but the chances of a return in May look bleak.
Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish posted a public apology on Monday for breaking UK government guidelines on social distancing.