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Plans prepared: Arsenal already have contingencies in case of disaster relegation from Premier League

Arsenal have already put in place contingency plans in case of a shock relegation from the Premier League, according to the Telegraph.

While that’s a sentence you never thought you’d read, and one we never thought we’d publish, the prospect of the Gunners being relegated into the second tier of English football is no longer a joke.

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Arsenal are 15th in the Premier League after 14 games played and are showing no signs of revival under Mikel Arteta. If they are not able to pick up a win or two over the festive period, they could find themselves in the bottom three before long.

The Telegraph report that the club have, incredibly, planned for this scenario. It’s claimed the salaries of several first-teamers will automatically be reduced by 25% in the event Arsenal are relegated, a preparation that no other ‘Big Six’ club has made, as per the report.

It’s down to you whether you think this is astute business from Arsenal, or rather a reflection of how far they’ve fallen, but regardless, the Gunners faithful will be dearly hoping that it doesn’t come to that.

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3 Comments

  1. Joe says:

    So they are not ready to invest in the club, they busy making plans of how the salary structure of the players will look like if relegated

  2. Sam says:

    Arsenal will never go down as you think. The board should invest more on players than anything else

  3. TopGund says:

    Not surprising. Kroenke is a real estate investor, only interested in owning arenas not in the clubs that who owns them. Look at LA Rams and Colorado Avalange, top before Kroenke in the bottom after he moved in!
    But the have very valueable arenas in central lokations, the same with Arsenal!

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