AS Roma confirm savings amount from players' decision to give up wages for the rest of the season

30 April 2020

Roma
Photo: PA Images The Italian club will save €30 million from their players, coaches and staff having give up their salaries entirely until the end of the season.

The Italian club will save €30 million from their players, coaches and staff having given up their salaries entirely until the end of the season.

Management, meanwhile, will also forego a part of their pay in the same period.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

AS Roma have confirmed they will save €30 million from their players, coaches and staff giving up the entirety of their wages until the end of the season to negate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Italian club.

The Serie A has been suspended indefinitely and it is unclear when and if the current campaign will ever come to its conclusion, meaning huge financial uncertainty has been cast on clubs in Italy, leading Roma to implement the saving measure earlier in April.

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