La Gazzetta dello Sport confirms that Juventus have asked their players to accept a delay in their wages for four months to help the club financially.
Il Corriere dello Sport first reported the news back in April, suggesting the players had not yet decided the issue.
Now, the pink paper reports the Old Lady have asked their players to postpone the payment of wages, in some cases for March, April, May and June.
One year ago, Juventus players agreed to postpone the payment of wages after the COVID pandemic.
That allowed the Serie A giants to save €90m in the financial year, but this time around, it remains to be seen if they will accept to do the same.
Before the Sassuolo clash this week, Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo denied Juventus players had been asked to delay the payment of salaries.
“No, for now, it’s all regular. We’ve never heard anything regarding this,” he said.
“Payments have always arrived in time and we are serene.”