Manuele Baiocchini via Sempre Milan is noting that AC Milan have decided to hold off on a final decision regarding player wages and potential cuts as a result of the coronavirus. Italy has been devastated by the pandemic and Juventus were the first team to announce that their players will forego four months of wages to support the club's finances.
There was supposed to be a unified action by the entire league as discussed last week but the decision has not arrived yet. Milan are waiting for the league-wide decision before taking any action but consultations with the players have been constant.
AC Milan and Italian Football Links
- Italy's FA President concedes that season may be over. [The Independent]
- Napoli and Poland's Milik uses his restaurants to cook for hospitals. [Football Italia]
- AS Roma ready to negotiate for Smalling after stellar displays. [Football Italia]
- UEFA defend decision to allow Atalanta to face Valencia amid virus. [The Independent]
- Filippo Inzaghi says Benevento deserve Serie A after massive season. [Football Italia]
World Football Links
- Legendary Turkey goalkeeper Rustu Recber in critical condition with COVID-19. [BBC]
- Xavi is keen to return to Barcelona as a coach. [The Guardian]
- Tottenham Hotspur captain Kane admits he may leave amid downward trend. [Super Sport]
- Borussia Dortmund will not block any exit attempt by Jadon Sancho. [Sky Sports]
- The Top 10 Football Films To Cure Your Isolation Blues. [Goal]