Bayern official Weibo screenshot.
China News Service, March 30th. According to local German media, Bayern Club will take pay cuts during the epidemic to cut expenses, which has also been confirmed by Bayern officials.
On the evening of the 29th, Bayern wrote in its official Weibo: "All players of the Bayern Munich club, as well as all members of the board of directors and the board of supervisors, have decided to reduce their salary by 20%, and work together with the club and all employees to overcome difficulties."
Affected by the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the five major European leagues have been shut down. As the epidemic spread, clubs began to look for ways to reduce expenses.
On the 29th, Beijing time, the Serie A giant Juventus club announced that after negotiations, the club has reached a contract with the first team players and coaches on the rest of the season's salary reduction agreement, the latter agreed to reduce the March to June Salary to help the team through difficult times.
La Liga giants Barcelona also issued an announcement previously, saying that the club will take measures to reduce a series of economic losses caused by the epidemic, including the possibility of salary cuts for players and club staff. (Finish)