But footballers will not be the only ones who will remain at home. The London club has decreed that it will also keep the payrolls of each and every one of the entity’s workers until the 30th of next month as “gratitude to them and a desire to ease their financial worries during this challenging period.” Nevertheless, According to the statement, “this will be reviewed once the relevant authorities have made an additional decision on when football can resume.” Therefore, for the month of May, the future of club workers gunner remains an unknown. The arsenal, after having considered “irresponsible” to continue with their activities during the pandemic, has decided to cancel all its activities until April 30. The London club was scheduled to return to training on Tuesday, March 24, when the team coach Mikel Arteta’s quarantine period came to an end. The Spanish preparer tested positive for COVID-19, so he was isolated for 14 days.However, the initial claims of the gunners to return to work this Tuesday were aborted through a statement that the club itself shared. In said statement, From Arsenal they assure that “they are clear that it would be inappropriate and irresponsible to ask the players to return at this time.” That is why they have decided to cancel all activities until April 30.