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Report: Premier League and Sky Sports agree to defer UK£170m rebate to 2021/22

Getty Images The Premier League has reached an agreement with its UK broadcast partner Sky Sports allowing its clubs to defer the payment of a collective rebate worth in excess of UK£170 million (US$213. 2 million) until the 2021/22 season, according to the Athletic. The stoppage of Premier League games caused by the coronavirus pandemic has caused Sky and UK pay-TV rival BT Sport, along with the league’s international broadcasters, to claim a collective rebate reportedly worth a minimum UK£330 million (US$413. 8 million). The Athletic added that of that amount, UK£223 million (US$279. 6 million) will be paid to the Premier League’s domestic broadcasters, while UK£107 million (US$134.

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