Real Madrid’s decent premium in full pandemic

Real players agreed to a 10% reduction in early April to protect the club’s financial future, but a bonus was negotiated …

Following the agreement between the players, Zinedine Zidane and general manager Jose Angel Sanchez, the club was not obliged to apply for the Spanish government’s ERTE program. The 10% reduction applies to players’ annual salaries, which would have reached 20% if the season had not resumed according to Marca.

OL welcomes the return of La Liga

But now that Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has confirmed that La Liga Santander can return from June 8 and that the law is already training in groups, it appears that a return to action is inevitable.

The issue of gambling bonus was not discussed in the pay cut negotiations in early April and the first team thinks they will be distributed as usual.

If Les merengue wins the Liga and Champions League this season, each player will receive € 1.5 million in bonuses. After the tax, which contributes 52% of the bonus, each player will receive € 300,000 to win LaLiga and € 420,000 to win the Champions League.

These types of sums will cover the 10% pay cut for most players. Consequently, the Zidane team is very motivated to achieve their goals for the rest 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 Real Madrid legend in Valdebebas.