Real Madrid and the COVID19 crisis

Real Madrid in the COVID-19 global crisis

Coronavirus effects at Real Madrid: 75 million euros in salary savings and 7 players on the track to be dropped.

Real Madrid, the team coached by Zinedine Zidane, is looking to get rid of seven players, with Gareth Bale on top of the list, and the have the other “blancos” contracts cut by 10-20%.

 

Salary cuts

If Barcelona, ​​Atletico and Alaves cut their players’ wages by 70%, Real Madrid doesn’t make such drastic cuts to overcome the crisis caused by the pandemic.

Only between 10 and 20 percent would lose the “blancos” footballers, whose contracts represent 52 percent of the season’s expenses.

 

Florentino Perez plans to drop 7 players, ahead of Bale

AS news reveals that President Florentino Peréz intends to compensate by giving up seven players from Zidane’s lot, saving a total of 75 million euros: Bale (annual salary of 29 million), James (16.4), Mariano ( 8), Brahim and Odriozola (7 each), Ceballos (6) plus Vallejo (4)