Dynamo Moscow players rejected a club management offer to cut salaries by 40 percent during a pause in the Russian championship. It is reported by “Championship.com”.
Blue and white players are ready to cut payments by 20 percent in one month. The interests of Dynamo players are represented by goalkeeper Anton Shunin.
In a number of Russian and foreign clubs, football players have already agreed to a significant reduction in payments. In particular, the leadership of Spartak agreed with the players to cut salaries by 40 percent for a pause in the championship due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Also, players from the Catalan Barcelona refused to pay 70 percent of their salaries. In addition, blue-garnet players agreed to financially support the club’s rank-and-file employees.
Most football leagues have suspended the season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Before a pause in the championship of Russia, Dynamo occupied the sixth line in the standings.