The newspaper wrote:Bild»The most popular in Germany is that Bayern Munich players and members of the administrative and executive boards. The Bundesliga leader took the moment to stop football activity in the country on March 13They confirmed their willingness to give up 20 percent of their salaries.
Bayern Munich, whose starry squad was paid, last season had 336.2 million euros.
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The newspaper pointed out that my players Borussia Moenchengladbach They were the first to automatically suggest salary cuts in Germany, followed by Werder Bremen and Schalke players, adding that negotiations are underway with my players Borussia Dortmund And Bayer Leverkusen.
She followed the Swiss Lucien Favre Borussia Dortmund coach offered himself a salary reduction, noting that the club expects to reduce the salaries of players by 20 percent if the matches do not resume, and 10 percent in the event it is resumed without an audience, given that the clubs in this case get the rights to broadcast TV.