Sport PSG plans to lower wages for its players
'Footballers deserve everything they get' - Carragher defends Premier League wages but says players should help clubs
The former Liverpool and England defender doesn't think clubs will find a solution which works for everybodyThe issue of players’ wages has been a topic of discussion since British Health Secretary Matt Hancock called on players to donate wages to the cause – with his statement panned by Carragher’s fellow pundit Gary Neville.
After having already put them on partial unemployment, the management of PSG would consider further reducing the incomes of its players in this period of crisis.Although being the most powerful of French clubs, Paris SG is not spared economic worries in this period of crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic. Without cash receipts relating to TV rights and ticketing, Paris region officials are faced with a colossal shortfall. And to fill it, the idea is the same as with the other big clubs of the continent, namely to scratch in the remuneration of its professional players. While they have already been placed on partial unemployment, with a reduction of 16% in their net salary, the latter will be asked to make an additional effort to help the institution. This is what L'Equipe reveals in its edition today, . PSG will not follow the LFP scale Discussions have already started with the main executives of the team. Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Cavani and Verratti are the spokespersons of the locker room. If there is a common desire to provide additional assistance, full agreement is still far from being reached. The point of difference concerns the post-crisis period and the way the club plans to return the favor. This week, through its working group, the LFP established a scale for potential reductions in the various clubs. However, the PSG would consider making its own calculations, since its salary scale is far from the norm.
Monchi: "Since March 14th, we haven't touched 1 euro" .
© Provided by Sports.fr The sports director of AS Rome praised the Argentinian international. Sevilla FC has just taken financial measures with the equivalent of partial unemployment for many employees. What does not pass very well because the state pays part of the wages and that Seville does not compensate all the wages of the employees. Decisions that made noise. The Sevilla FC is impacted like all clubs by the health situation which has put everyone in football at a standstill.