Felipe Anderson enjoyed a brilliant debut season with West Ham after moving in 2018, but he has found things much tougher this term - with the club sitting 16th level on points with 18th-placed Bournemouth.
The inclusion of so many of Jurgen Klopp's men is hardly surprising given their domination in the top flight this season, with the Reds racing 25 points clear at the top before the season was suspended.
The governing body's leadership team, including chief executive Julie Harrington, will also take a 10 per cent salary cut for two months in the latest sign of how coronavirus is impacting sport finance.
Real Madrid players have agreed to take a pay cut for the rest of the season. If the season resumes the pay-cut will be just 10 per cent. But if it cannot be completed the reduction in wages will be 20 per cent.
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