Liverpool fans could be forced to pay even more to watch their team
Premier League clubs are reportedly set to agree a fresh deal to make all non-televised matches available for fans to watch.
With games still being played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, clubs, the football authorities and broadcasters have had to come up with a solution.
And now, according to The Times, clubs are poised to agree a fresh compromise when it comes to screening matches at a meeting today.
It is said that all matches will be available to watch, though those not selected for live TV coverage will have to be accessed via Sky and BT apps on supporters’ personal devices.
However, Sportsmail are reporting that the live games won’t form part of current Sky or BT subscription packages and fans will have to watch the matches on the new pay-per-view service.
So in theory, this new proposal will see an extra selection of top-flight games being made available to watch but at an extra cost to supporters.