Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas has offered to forgo his weekly wages and has also agreed to top staff wages at Monaco amid the coronavirus crisis.
Cesc Fabregas has reportedly agreed to forgo his £130.000 pounds a week wages until July so as to reduce the financial burden on French league 1 side As Monaco due to the pandemic, according to Sky
The Spanish midfielder had earlier agreed to a 30% wage cut over a four-month period just like his teammates.
The former Barcelona and Arsenal midfielder joined Monaco in 2019 for a fee of €9 million euros and has made 23 appearances in all competitions for Leonardo Jardim’s side.
Fabregas also decided to increase the staff’s salaries in the training center, which were also decreased by wages to minimize the club expenses, while saving As Monaco about €2.2 million euros.
The French Football authorities are aiming to restart League 1 on 17 June with 10 games left to play after playing last on 16 March.
UEFA gave the European leagues a date of 25 May on Tuesday to prepare for a new season.
France continues to battle the deadly coronavirus pandemic with 165,842 confirmed cases and over 23,000 reported deaths.