"This week we've had problems with wages at Crystal Palace, at Watford and we've had lower division clubs who've had trouble paying wages where sometimes that's not entirely unexpected," said Taylor.
"But at Premier League level, that's the last place you would expect there to be trouble in paying wages on time.
"It's not good for the image of the Premiership and you have to wonder about their financial book keeping. I thought things had got sorted but apparently not.
"The players have been promised they will be paid, albeit not exactly on time.
Wage woes won't affect Pompey - Grant
"Throughout all these clubs the players show a great deal of solidarity, they're not going to go running and wanting away from the club and Portsmouth are in a difficult position so they will hold together and hope that things get sorted."
Portsmouth were placed under a transfer embargo in late October until they settle debts owed to other English clubs - although in any event, they would not be able to sign players until the January transfer window opens.
Chief executive Peter Storrie has stated that he expected the embargo to be lifted by the time the window opens on 1 January, while Grant said he is confident he will have money to spend.
Storrie said he was confident stability would soon be restored and that Al Faraj was attempting to refinance the club.
"The refinancing they have been putting together is actually going very well," said Storrie.
"They want a bit of understanding from fans because they have had a lot of debt to deal with and they have put a lot of money in.
"It is a difficult market in the financial world at the moment. They took the club over with little or no due diligence because of the situation with Sulaiman.
"The new refinancing is very close now. They have put a considerable amount of money in."
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