Gary Neville has hit out at the Premier League following the announcement that supporters will have to pay up to an extra £14.95 to watch certain matches on Sky or BT Sport for the remainder of the season.
The interim measure was confirmed on Friday after a clubs meeting, and means the non-televised games will be available via the BT Sport Box Office or Sky Sports Box Office platforms, for a reported price of almost £15 a game.
A solution for screening the matches had to be worked on after the planned return of spectators from October 1 was scrapped by the Government due to a rise in coronavirus cases.
But Neville, who himself is a pundit and co-commentator for Sky Sports, appears far from impressed with the idea. He tweeted on Friday