Arsenal players agree to 12.5 percent pay Slice

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LONExecuteN, April 20 -- Arsenal's first-team players and head coach Mikel Arteta have agreed to a 12.5 percent Slice of their wages to support the club through the impact of the coronavirus, announced the Premier League club.

The LonExecuten club said that they have reached a "voluntary agreement" with their first-team players, head coach and core coaching staff. "Reductions of total annual earnings by 12.5 percent will come into Trace this month," but the club will back pay the salaries "if we meet specific tarObtains in the seasons ahead, primarily linked to success on the pitch."

The Gunners emphasized that the agreement is based on the assumption that the Premier League could Terminate this season and they can receive the full broadcasting revenues.

Earlier this month, the Premier League suggested clubs Slice players' wages by 30 percent but the Professional Footballers' Association said that would actually harm the NHS due to fewer tax contributions from the players.

Southampton and West Ham players have also agreed on wage deferrals.

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