sport news Premier League CANCELS its biggest foreign TV deal with China

Premier League CANCELS its biggest foreign TV deal after Chinese streaming giant PPTV withheld a £160m payment due to coronavirus... leaving ANOTHER financial headache for clubs with contract worth over £564m over three seasons The Premier League has made the huge call to end a lucrative Chinese TV deal  The £564million agreement has now been chopped after just one season  Financial impacts are likely to have long-standing permutations as a result 

By Danny Gallagher For Mailonline

Published: 12:53 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 13:19 BST, 3 September 2020

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The Premier League has pulled the plug on its huge £564m deal with Chinese broadcasters.

The move has ended the right to show top flight English football in the country with immediate effect, and looks set to have huge lasting financial repercussions on the football landscape of the UK.

Disagreements arose after a £160m payment was withheld due to complications caused by the coronavirus pandemic, as reportedly exclusively here by Sportsmail, and now the Premier League has moved swiftly to take decisive action.

The Premier League has pulled its hugely lucrative TV deal with Chinese broadcasters

The Premier League has pulled its hugely lucrative TV deal with Chinese broadcasters

Rights holders Suning Holdings - the Chinese conglomerate that also has control of Italian club Inter Milan - withheld the

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