Yesterday, Monday, press reports indicated that the management of the Italian club Inter Milan demanded that the players waive two months of their financial dues due to the economic crisis that the club is going through due to the outbreak of the new Corona virus (Covid-19), despite the team crowning the Italian League title after an absence 11 years old,
The Spanish newspaper “AS” stated in its electronic version that the owner of the club and the Chinese businessman, Stephen Zhang, met with the players of the first team to demand that they give up two months of their salary in order to mitigate the negative effects resulting from the outbreak of the “Covid-19” epidemic.
The well-known newspaper indicated that the Nerazzurri administration aims, with this plan, to reduce expenditures to face the economic downturn that hit the world’s top clubs due to the Corona pandemic.
During the meeting, which was also attended by CEO Pepe Marotta and Alessandro Antonello, Zhang assured the players that he wanted to continue this project, which began to win the championships for the club, and its beginning was by crowning the league title after 11 years, but he also asked them to make a great sacrifice in the form of waiving part of I raised them.
The ball is now in the court of the players who will individually decide how to act in the face of this situation, by accepting the management proposal, or by looking for alternative solutions.
For his part, Marotta explained that despite the policy of reviewing expenditures within the club, the commitments made so far, including the payment of the Italian League title award, will be fulfilled.
Inter Milan won the Serie A title after collecting 85 points, after winning 26 matches, tied in seven matches and lost in two matches.
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