As a result of the agreement reached between the players, Zinedine Zidane and CEO José Angel Sanchez. The club was not required to apply for the Spanish government’s ERTE scheme.
The first team believes that they will be awarded as usual
Real Madrid footballers agreed to a 10 percent salary cut in early April to protect the club’s financial future. As a result of the agreement reached between the players, Zinedine Zidane and CEO José Angel Sanchez. The club was not required to apply for the Spanish government’s ERTE scheme. A 10% reduction refers to the annual salaries of players who would rise to 20% if the season had not resumed. However, now that Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has confirmed that Laliga Santander can return from June 8. With teams already training in groups, it seems that a return to action is inevitable. The issue of player bonuses was not discussed at those negotiations on salary reductions in early April, and the first team believes that they will be awarded as usual.
The Los Blancos players will receive €720,000 bonus
If Los Blanco wins both LaLiga Santander and the Champions League this season, each player will receive bonuses of 1.5 million euros. After-tax, which contributes 52 percent of the bonus. Each player will receive 300 thousand euros for winning the LaLiga Santander and 420 thousand euros for winning the Champions League. Such amounts will cover a 10 percent reduction in salaries for the vast majority of players. Therefore, Zidane’s team has a lot of motivation to achieve their goals for the remainder of the season. In addition to the financial consequences, players will want to honor Alfredo Di Stefano. When they play at the stadium named after the legend of Real Madrid on Valdebebas. The atmosphere around the club continues to be positive: President Florentino Perez visited the players in training on Thursday.