COVID-19: Ronaldo, Ramsey, others agree to take Juventus wage cut

Juventus training staff and players, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Aaron Ramsey, have consented to accept a decrease in salary for the following four months as coronavirus (COVID-19) keeps on spreading over the world.

The understanding is set to be worth around £80.7million to the Club’s pay bill.

Juventus made this known in an announcement on its official site on Saturday.

“Juventus Football Club declares that, because of the flow worldwide wellbeing crisis forestalling the presentation of the wearing movement, it has arrived at a comprehension with the players and the mentor of the First Team in regards to their pay for the remaining bit of the momentum sport season,” the announcement peruses.

“The comprehension accommodates the decrease of the remuneration for a sum equivalent to the regularly scheduled installments of March, April, May, and June 2020.

“In the coming weeks, individual concurrences with the players and the mentor will be concluded, as required by the present guidelines.

“The monetary and budgetary impacts of the understanding arrived at are certain for about EUR 90 million for the 2019/2020 money related year.

“Should the ebb and flow season’s matches be rescheduled, the Club will haggle in compliance with common decency with the players and the mentor restrictive increments of remunerations as per the genuine resumption and conclusion of legitimate rivalries.

“Juventus might want to thank the players and the mentor for their dedication at a troublesome time for everybody.”

In the interim, Juventus three key players, Daniele Rugani, Blaise Matuidi, and Paulo Dybala, tried positive for COVID-19.

Football exercises in Italy have been suspended since March 10 because of the spread of coronavirus the nation over.

Italy remains the most noticeably terrible hit country by coronavirus, with its loss of life outperforming 10,000 on Saturday.