Pep Guardiola agrees pay cut on his £20m-per-year salary at Man City
- Pep Guardiola is ready to take a pay cut at Manchester City
- That will be when he returns back to the Etihad from Spain
- Guardiola recently lost his mother who died after battle with covid-19
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is reportedly ready to accept a pay cut on his salary at the club when he returns from Spain where he is currently mourning death of his mother.
Coronavirus has destroyed all the sporting activities in the world with all Premier League teams struggling to pay their players and workers their wages.
Pep Guardiola is getting £20m every year as salary at the Etihad stadium and the Spaniard is ready to help the Premier League giants in their financial crisis.
According to the report on UK Sun citing The Times, Pep Guardiola has informally discussed with Manchester City chiefs over salary reduction.
“This is our compromise with the club. We know that there will be sacrifices and we are committed to doing this by taking a pay cut,''. one Man City executive explained according to UK Sun.
However, Manchester City chiefs have not officially made any statement yet on the current statement which has to do with Pep Guardiola taking a pay cut.
Before the Premier League was suspended, Manchester City were occupying second position on the standings with limited hopes of retaining their title.
Liverpool are topping the table and are waiting to win their first Premier League crown since 30 years when the League resumes.
Klopp and his wards have already crashed out of the Champions League and have only Premier League title to fight for this season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Premier League giants Liverpool are reportedly considering re-signing English winger Raheem Sterling five years after his controversial move to Manchester City from Anfield.
It was in serious controversy that made Raheem Sterling to leave Liverpool in 2015 despite being offered new contract by the Red chiefs.
But the England international turned the deal down at Liverpool and decided to move to Manchester City in a big transfer for the winger.
During that time according to BBC, Raheem Sterling stated that fight to win titles was the major reason that made him to leave the Anfield stadium for a move to the Etihad.
And since he moved to Manchester City from Liverpool, Raheem Sterling has won two Premier League titles, FA Cups and three Carabao Cup with the Citizens.
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