Juventus and Portugal goal puncher Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly allowed a cut down of his pay at Juventus.
The player who is currently isolated in Portugal started the charity against corona virus by converting his hotels in Portugal into hospitals, where he will pay the doctors from his own coffers.
Reports from Tuttosport has revealed that the player has lowered his annual pay by €3.8m so as to enable Juventus to pay other workers at this period when work and all businesses are on hold.
According to the source, Giorgio Chellini convinced the decision in a round call with his teammates who are in different hotels in isolation about the cut down of salaries – Gigi Buffon, Leonardo Bonucci and the highest paid in the team CR7 ( €31M annual pay).
But in general, all the players have agreed to reduce their annual pay in this time of no match and trainings.
As if to say: since we are also part of the system, we are ready to do our part. And the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo is also in the front row is anything but a detail since the Portuguese is Juventus’ highest paid (31 million euros net).
His ( CR7 ) chain of charity works against the corona virus may extend as more alleged charity works are soon to be made public according to a source.