Arsenal’s squad was warned by chairman Raul Sanllehi about MORE salary cuts IF the Premier League season was canceled during talks – The Sun | Instant News

ARSENAL chairman Raul Sanllehi has warned their squad would face more wage cuts if the Premier League season was canceled – much to the players’ anger.

First team star yesterday voted against a 12.5 percent salary cut in the following year between April 2020 and March 2021.

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 Arsenal's forces have been warned that they face a bigger salary cut


Arsenal’s forces have been warned that they face a bigger salary cut

According to, Sanllehi further suggested that the club would not be able to offer them an increase in the deal in the future if they did not agree with the initial reduction.

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Like other Premier League teams, teams Artillery face admiration for their share of the £ 750 million bill for broadcasters if the campaign was canceled.

And the Arsenal players are reportedly very angry because they were told that the cut would be worse than the initial offer on the table if the season was canceled.

The Premier League leaders still don’t know when the season can resume after the global spread of the corona virus.

Arsenal currently face huge wage bills which reach £ 230 million every year.

It’s no secret that they have wage bills from the Champions League side but with European League earnings.

And it is reported that some players believe salary cuts are to cover up for the fact that the club has spent more than player salaries for years and is now trying to get out of the hole.

Players who agree to a 12.5 percent reduction will save Arsenal more than £ 25 million.

Chiefs are willing to reduce the number to 7.5 percent if Arsenal qualify for the Europa League.


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And there is a full cut on the card if the Gunners secure Champions League qualification.

Mikel Arteta’s squad is currently five points and four places from Manchester United in fifth.

It is set to be the Champions League final place with Manchester City facing a suspension from the competition.

 Raul Sanllehi's offer was not well received by the players


Raul Sanllehi’s offer was not well received by the playersCredit: Getty – Contributor

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The Arsenal player refused a 12.5% ​​salary cut for 12 months because the club struggled to overcome the coronavirus crisis

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