Barcelona’s first-team squad consents to take a significant pay cut in order to assist the club’s financial situation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Barcelona have actually revealed that the first-team squad have actually accepted take a significant pay cut in order to increase the club’s financial situation.
Like most of teams around the world, Barcelona have struggled for a capital during the coronavirus pandemic, leading to decreased activity during the summer transfer window.
Nevertheless, the Catalan giants had already been wanting to make a minimum of one big-money sale prior to the start of the global crisis, putting extra pressure on the powers-that-be at Camp Nou.
After extended conversations with the club’s most significant earners, Barcelona are now in a position where they will conserve ₤ 109m after reaching a contract with the senior squad.
On Friday night, a club declaration read: “The parties have reached an agreement in principle that allows an adjustment to the salary cost of the current season.”
The advancement comes with Barcelona taking a seat in 13th position in the La Liga standings, 10 points adrift of leaders Real Sociedad.