The soaring cost-of-living crisis is the main issue most UK residents are facing at the moment.
It has been an issue almost no one can escape, so wages are just not enough to give most people the same lifestyle they have been used to living.
Because of this, some businesses have volunteered to pay their staff the real living wage, including some Premier League clubs.
A report on the BBC reveals at least 12 clubs have committed to paying this real living wage.
However, the other eight have not committed or cannot confirm if all their staff now earn the proper living wage. One of them is Arsenal.
The Gunners alongside Manchester United, reportedly do not pay their caterers, cleaners and stewards the wage.
Just Arsenal Opinion
Paying the real living wage is not an obligation, but it is the right thing to do considering how important the welfare of employees is to the club’s reputation.
It remains unclear why we have not begun paying the wage at the moment, but we expect the club to do so if the cost-of-living crisis continues.
Footballers earn so much money, and the people who take care of them deserve to also make a good living.