Roma chief executive Guido Fienga has actually applauded his players’ “superb gesture” after they volunteered to pass up 4 months’ wage to assist the club throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The players, supervisor Paulo Fonseca and his staff will also pay the distinction to make sure all club personnel placed on furlough get their complete income.
Led by captain Edin Dzeko, the group and Fonseca approached Roma’s hierarchy.
” We always talk about unity at Roma,” stated Fienga.
” In offering to cut their wages for the remainder of the season, the players, the coach and his staff, have all showed that we actually remain in this together.
” Edin Dzeko, all the gamers and Paulo have demonstrated they comprehend what this club represents and we likewise thank them all for their outstanding gesture towards the workers at this club.”
Roma have not played because 1 March, just days prior to the Serie A season was held off.
In a letter to Fienga, the players stated: “We gamers are prepared to begin playing as soon as possible, offering the optimum to accomplish our goals, but we likewise understand that all this will not suffice to face the economic effects of the current emergency situation.
” With the hope of doing something that will help the company to better reboot the Roma task that all of us share, we offer this financial proposition.”
Italy presently has the greatest death toll from coronavirus in Europe, with more than 23,000 verified deaths.