It would be in the event that the League runs out of date and they have to play every other day. If the League does not resume, the salary would be lowered by 10 percent
Footballers playing in Spain could end up charging more after the crisis of the coronavirus. While the clubs, especially the modest ones, prepare ERTEs the Liga and the Afe have reached an agreement to modify the salaries of the soccer players, according to the Cope chain.
The agreement raises two scenarios. If the League cannot be resumed, the players would agree to cut their salary by ten percent. If the League runs out of dates and the teams have to play every other day to finish before June 30 or not overlap this season with the next, the footballers they would end up charging between 15 and 20 percent more than their salary.