Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Milan’s players will automatically see their salaries drop in the summer for failing to qualify for the Champions League.
A miserable season for the Rossoneri has the team languishing 12th in Serie A, 22 points away from the third and final Champions League qualification spot, with nine games to go.
“Kaka said that at the end of the season he will come to me to talk about a wage reduction? There is nothing to add,” commented Galliani to the Gazzetta dello Sport today.
“Almost all the players have signed a contract that provides for an 80 per cent fixed salary and a 20 per cent variable, relating to the qualification or not to the Champions League. Not to the Europa League.
“So, there are no discussion about it. And I guarantee that all the players will survive…”
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