With clubs current counting the cost of a lack of football, some may well be forced to look upon their players as saleable assets in the summer to make up for any lost income.
It could well see clubs cutting some costs in the summer to make up for the revenue they are currently losing by not playing.
Bristol City's squad is rated as the fourth-most valuable in the Division, with a market value squad of Ł76.95m or just under 92 million dollars.
That is likely due to them spending over the last 12 months, bringing in the likes of Han-Noah Massengo, Adam Nagy and Nahki Wells.
Yet, as Bristol Live has previously reported, Bristol City’s net spend is comparatively low, which shows they have had a high turnover of players in the last year.