Atletico Madrid players have agreed to take a 70 percent pay cut to help the club’s 430 non-playing staff during Spain’s state of emergency.
The men’s team, women’ team, Atletico Madrid B and the club’s specialized staff have signed to an agreement with two unique situations based on how the current season finishes because of the coronavirus pandemic. Click here to read more news.
The first situation is a 70 percent wage decrease for all teams and technical staff during Spain’s state of emergency.
The second would be that the men’s first team and the club’s Management Committee would cover 50 per cent of non-playing staff’s wages each.
On Monday, Lionel Messi reported that Barcelona’s players would take a 70 percent pay cut so as to support the club’s staff. Click here to read more news.
Premier League players have yet to agree to a wage decrease with the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) urging them to contact the players’ governing body first.