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Juventus Squad Gives Up 4 Months Salary In Fight Against Coronavirus

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Juventus Squad Gives Up 4 Months Salary In Fight Against Coronavirus

 

 

 

 

 

 

With football on hold across the world, Juventus’ first-team squad and coach Maurizio Sarri have agreed to give up four months’ wages to help the club manage the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Juventus say the agreement — equal to the monthly payments for March, April, May and June — will save the club a total of €90 million ($100.5 million).
All sport in Italy has been canceled until at least April 3 but Juve says it will renegotiate with players “in good faith” should the current season be rescheduled and resumed.
Juventus Squad Gives Up 4 Months Salary In Fight Against Coronavirus Juventus Squad Gives Up 4 Months Salary In Fight Against Coronavirus
Juventus Squad Gives Up 4 Months Salary In Fight Against Coronavirus
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