Clubs and players' representatives discussed a combination of pay cuts and deferrals amounting to 30 percent of annual salary.
Newcastle, Tottenham, Bournemouth and Norwich have also said they would furlough non-playing staff.
Premier League stars, currently out of action due to the global pandemic, have come under fire after a number of clubs furloughed non-playing staff but left players' wages untouched.
Ireland Under-21 team's coach Kenny was originally due to take over from McCarthy in August.
FC Istiklol came from behind to beat FC Khujand 2-1 in the Super Cup game heralding the beginning of the football season, which took place behind closed doors.
UEFA has threatened to ban all teams from European competitions next season if they did not complete their league season.
The Premier League said on Friday that the 2019/20 season would only return when it was "safe and appropriate to do so".
Spain, which is under a near-total lockdown, on Saturday recorded a second successive daily fall in coronavirus-related deaths with 809 fatalities.
The blackout has long been in place to protect attendances at matches.
The Premier League said on Friday that clubs would consult players over a combination of pay cuts and deferrals amounting to 30 percent of their annual salary.
The existing broadcast contract for the Scottish Premiership is reportedly worth a total of just 21 million pounds ($22.7 million) annually.
The U17 tournament was to scheduled to be held from November 2-21 across five venues in India while the U20 was supposed to be held in Panama and Costa Rica.
CONCACAF, the ruling body for football in North America, Central America and the Caribbean, said the four-team finals would take place at a date to be determined.
The average salary for a Premier League player is £3 million a year, according to the latest Global Sports Salaries survey.
It was also decided to hold discussions with confederations to draw up a revised schedule for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers which have been shelved.