Juventus agreed to reduce wage for four months

Italian Giant Juventus have announced that their players and coach Maurizio Sarri have agreed to reduce their wages for the months of March to June, following the suspension of the Serie A season due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). 

​Not a single ball has been kicked in Serie A since, and given that Italy is the most heavily-affected country in Europe by the coronavirus, there is little sign of the campaign starting up any time soon.

Clubs are having to decide what action to take in light of this ever-developing situation, whilst calculating the financial impact that arises from the lack of match-day and television revenue.

Juventus confirmed that the playing staff and coach Maurizio Sarri have agreed to reduce their wage for the upcoming four months, helping the club to save around € 90 Million.


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