How much did money did Mohamed Salah, David de Gea and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang defer during shutdown?

Some clubs have continued to pay their players and non-playing staff in full during the coronavirus-enforced shutdown

The Premier League resumes this week following a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

While health and safety has been at the forefront of the league and clubs' approach to safely return to football, there has been huge financial implications for the most lucrative league in world football.

While some players have taken salary cuts or deferred wages up to 30 per cent, some clubs have continued to pay their players and non-playing staff in full, including Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, Manchester United's David de Gea and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal.

Others have taken voluntary wage cuts, while some clubs have opted to use the British government's furlough scheme.

Here we take a look at how each club has chosen to pay their staff during the shutdown as well as what the majority of the players earn as a weekly wage.

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