The Premier League has been suspended indefinitely and Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has started organizing all club captains in the league to discuss on how they can support the National Health Service in its fight against the spread of COVID-19. Arsenal's Aubameyang has reportedly responded to Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson. The Premier League was going to restart at the start of May but the high-rise of Corona Virus cases has seen the league be suspended indefinitely and people have started urging football players to give support to the fight against the virus since they earn a lot of money. Henderson has taken it upon himself to discuss with other Premier League club captains including Aubameyang and Goal.com claims that the 30-year-old is now also involved in this and that he is also in close contact with his teammates who are very engaged and supportive if they are to give financial support. The report also confirmed that both Mikel Arteta and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were to be in a video conference with other Premier League managers and captains this Saturday to try to reach an agreement on a wage reduction deal. It is believed that this move will be made in order to help put more funds into the NHS which is currently on a battle against the virus and also be a safeguard to some club's finances during this pandemic.