PFA claims footballers taking pay cuts to cover staff wages would ‘only serve’ shareholders’ interests in most cases – The Sun

THERE are no plans for Premier League stars to take pay cuts in order to keep non-playing staff at the club.

Top-flight millionaires were under growing pressure this evening by the government to take hits on their wage packets to ensure other staff members were not made furlough.

 Daniel Levy pocketed a £7m bonus on the same day he sent staff home on furlough leave

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Daniel Levy pocketed a £7m bonus on the same day he sent staff home on furlough leave

But in a PFA statement, they claim that the mega-rich clubs should continue playing their staff if they can.

It also added that the club’s shareholders will only be the ones benefitting if players are paying the salaries of non-laying staff.

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