Sporting de Portugal reduces the staff salary by 40%

first_imgThe Union of Professional Soccer Players (SJPF) has insisted for the last few days that clubs should not apply Temporary Employment Regulation Files (ERTE)but they have to reach agreements with their players to lower salaries by between 20 and 50%, recoverable once the championship begins.Braga has agreed to reduce the salary of its players by 50%, while the Maritime workforce contemplates a 30% reduction for the coming months.At the moment, the only one that has applied an ERTE in the Portuguese first division has been the whole of Belenenses. Sporting de Portugal has decided to reduce by 40% the salary of the entire first-team squad, including that of the coaching staff.As confirmed today by EFE club sources, the players will see their salary reduced during the first three months, waiting for the resumption of the Portuguese League, suspended by the Covid-19 pandemic.Benfica also plans to reduce the players’ salary, Although, for the moment, the negotiations between the staff and the board have not concluded, while Porto has made no progress on this issue, although it is expected that there will also be reductions.last_img

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