How does Arsenal clash with players over salary?

Arsenal players resolutely reject the proposal from the club, which faces a 12.5% ​​pay cut in one year.

Arsenal have a plan to reduce wages in one year if not win tickets to the Champions League next season. This is clearly shown by the club sending the 5-point plan to Hector Bellerin, the representative of Arsenal Professional Footballers Association.

Arsenal đụng độ với các cầu thủ về tiền lương như thế nào?

Accordingly, Arsenal players will have to reduce 7.5% of their salary if they only win tickets to the Europa League, which is combined with the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic causing huge financial losses.

In the absence of a ticket to attend any European tournament, the players are not refunded. It should be known that, “Gunners” is currently ranked 9 and inferior to the top 4 to 8 points.

Arsenal asked players to make a pay cut from this month until March 2021 after the proposal was sent over the weekend.

However, according to Mirror Sport, Arsenal players decided to reject the proposal knowing they would lose a significant sum if they were unable to attend the Champions League. Instead, they are only willing to discuss deferring wages to help the club.

Arsenal đụng độ với các cầu thủ về tiền lương như thế nào?

So far, neither side has reached any deal that causes tension. Even the board of directors decided to push up the salary cut even before knowing whether to suffer damage due to television royalties or not.

Arsenal proposals:

  • Cutting 12.5% ​​of wages for 12 months from April 2020 to March 2021.
  • The full amount will then be refunded if Arsenal wins a ticket to the Champions League.
  • If Arsenal does not win a ticket to the Champions League, the players are not refunded.
  • If Arsenal does not win a ticket to the Champions League, but to the Europa League, the cut will be 7.5%.
  • If the season does not end or Arsenal does not receive the full money from the TV stations, they will ask the players to find the next solution.

How many league titles does Man City have?

Man City only maintained the habit of the VD after being owned by the royal family of Abu Dhabi (UAE).

Man City accused Arsenal of being behind a harm plot in the European Cup.

Despite being the leading force in the country of fog, but City is not among the richest clubs in the field. The blue shirt team only really established their place in the Premier League after being owned by many potential Arab owners.

For the first time, Man City was the 1936/37 season, more than 40 years after the birth. However, even in the following season, they were relegated despite scoring more goals than any other team. Manchester City’s second league title came in the 1967/68 season, when they were led by Joe Mercer and Malcolm Allison.

After being owned by the Abu Dhabi royal family (UAE) in 2008, Man City with huge financial resources began to establish its dominance in the Premier League.

In less than a decade, Citizens won four Premier League titles, respectively in 2011/12, 2013/14, 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons. Last season, despite fierce competition from Liverpool, but City still finished first, with 1 point more than the opponent.

In addition to 6 league titles, over a century of existence and development, the Green Man also won 6 FA Cups, 7 League Cups, 7 FA Community Shield. In the continental arena, they were once crowned in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup (1969/70).

Some outstanding achievements of Man City

– First Division/Premier League (6): 1936/37, 1967/68, 2011/12, 2013/14, 2017/18, 2018/19.

– FA Cup (6): 1903/04, 1933/34, 1955/56, 1968/69, 2010/11, 2018/19.

– League Cup (7): 1969/70, 1975/76, 2013/14, 2015/16, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20.

– FA Charity Shield / FA Community Shield (6): 1937, 1968, 1972, 2012, 2018, 2019.

– UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup (1): 1969/70

Man City information

Full name: Manchester City Football Club

Nickname: Citizens, Sky Blues, City

Established date: 1894

Stadium: Etihad (55,017 seats)

President: Khaldoon Al Mubarak

Trainer: Pep Guardiola