The English club Chelsea on Saturday revealed that they will neither furlough it’s full time staff nor impose any salary pay cut on their players amid coronavirus pandemic. The Premier League club asked players to continue charity works during the current pandemic.
“We are not planning any general redundancies or furloughs for our full-time staff who are continuing to be paid 100 per cent of their current wages,” the club said in a statement.
“At this time, the men’s first team will not be contributing towards the club financially and instead the board have directed the team to focus their efforts on further supporting other charitable causes. As this crisis develops the club will continue to have conversations with the men’s first team regarding financial contributions to the club’s activities,” read a statement.
While Chelsea are continuing their current financial level and other support to professional women players and also to women’s academy program.
As all the sporting event has come to halt due to the pandemic Coronavirus. All the major football league like Premier League, La Liga and EURO Championship have been suspended indefinitely.