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De Jong, Lenglet and ter Stegen from Barcelona agreed to sign pay cut

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Catalan giants have been badly hit financially like several clubs around the world, in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic and are facing revenue losses of up to £ 88 m.

A trio of players from Barcelona reportedly expressed support for wage reductions and declined to sign a burofax against a wage cut.

With a proposed restructure of compensation a vast majority of Blaugrana players and workers have disagreed, but Frenkie de Jong, Clement Lenglet, and Marc-Andre ter Stegen are all in favor of the proposal, reports Catalunya Radio.

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