Torino's president says cutting player salaries due to coronavirus is "inevitable"

23 March 2020

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Photo: PA Images Cutting player salaries is necessary to limit the damages from the coronavirus pandemic, Torino's president, Urbano Cairo, said in an interview with Italian newspaper La Stampa.

Cutting player salaries is necessary to limit the damages from the coronavirus pandemic, Torino's president, Urbano Cairo, said in an interview with Italian newspaper La Stampa.

The Serie A season has been postponed indefinitely.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Cutting player salaries is necessary to limit the damages from the coronavirus pandemic, according to the president of Torino, Urbano Cairo.

The league has been suspended indefinitely in Italy, which last week passed China as the country with the most deaths as a result of the pandemic. 

Cutting player salaries is "inevitable", he told the Italian newspaper La Stampa.

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