Lega Serie A & Italian Players Association Still Yet To Find Agreement Over Player Salaries Being Suspended

Lega Serie A & Italian Players Association Still Yet To Find Agreement Over Player Salaries Being Suspended
April 1, 2020 16:00
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Lega Serie A and the Italian players association (AIC) are yet to come to an agreement over the issue of player salaries being suspended according to a report in today’s print edition of Gazzetta dello Sport.

The two parties met for talks last night but were unable to find an agreement in the meeting. Lega Serie A would like to see players wages suspended for the entire period of inactivity, however long that may be.

The Italian players association on the other hand only want to suspend players wages for a period of one month. The two parties will continue to negotiate over the period of salary suspensions and once/if they reach an agreement, they will not be able to determine how big the cuts are as it will be entirely down to each club to decide.

Juventus have already struck an agreement with their players which means they will not be paid for the months of March, April, May and June and it is understood that this action will save the reigning Italian champions close to €100 million.

By Cammy Anderson
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