Chelsea have affirmed their players won’t be taking compensation cuts during the coronavirus emergency.
The Blues, in an announcement on Saturday, additionally affirmed non-playing staff won’t be furloughed.
Players have been in conversations over how they can contribute monetarily during the pandemic. Be that as it may, they will keep on being paid as would be expected.
“Agents of the Chelsea board have as of late held broad talks with the men’s first group to examine how they can contribute monetarily to the club during the coronavirus emergency.
“Right now, the men’s first group won’t be contributing towards the club monetarily and rather the board have guided the group to concentrate their endeavors on further supporting other admirable missions. As this emergency builds up the club will keep on having discussions with the men’s first group in regards to monetary commitments to the club’s exercises,” the announcement read.