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The EFL want the Premier League to provide £50m up front - not loans - in bailout rescue package to help clubs in League One and Two survive the season after coronavirus crisis The Premier League and EFL are discussing a rescue deal for lower league clubs  The top-flight are offering £20million up front plus £30m in additional loans The EFL want the £50m up front in a grant to help League One and Two clubs 

By Matt Hughes For The Daily Mail

Published: 23:03 GMT, 12 November 2020 | Updated: 23:03 GMT, 12 November 2020

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The EFL are demanding that the Premier League convert their proposed rescue package from loans to a £50million grant to finally bring the tortuous negotiations over a bailout to a close. 

The existing offer from the Premier League is for a £20m payment up front, plus a further £30m in loans to ensure clubs in League One and League Two can complete the season, while as MailOnline revealed yesterday separate negotiations are taking place over the top flight clubs providing a £200m loan to the Championship.

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EFL chairman Rick Parry has insisted since May that the three divisions require £250m to off-set the loss of gate receipts this season, which has not been forthcoming from the

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