Roma players, staff propose 4-month wage reduction to club


First Juventus, then Parma, and now Roma: the Giallorossi became the third team in Italy to propose a wage reduction in order to assist their club following the Coronavirus outbreak.

Both Sky Sport and Il Tempo report that the Roma players and technical staff, including manager Paulo Fonseca, have proposed to the club to renounce 4-month’s worth of wages (March thru June). Furthermore, club’s directorial staff have also agreed to renounce one month of wages.

The Giallorossi players will also financially assist some of the club’s support staff who were put on furlough due to the pandemic.

When and if the seasons begins again, part of the renounced wages can be rewarded in the following years.

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