So if it increases in the later years which is what has been reported, this would be contractually wouldn't it? I think the sticking point is that if he leaves, he's breaking that contract and they are not obligated to pay his deferred wages which is morally back handed but I think Barca knew exactly what they were doing when they negotiated the deferred wages.Apparently, the wages aren't actually owed legally or contractually but more morally. They didn't just payed FDJ less money than it was initially agreed, they altered the contract (or made a new one) that lowered FDJs wages for a certain time while increases it for the time later.
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My simplistic understanding is the justification for the salary reduction must fall within at least one of following reasons: Competition, productivity, or technical or labour organization.As I understand it they cannot simply change it for one person, if it’s salary for example it must be done consistently for the whole group with everyone in agreement
Yeah that is what has been reported.I see Coutinho has permanently moved now though, Griezmann I assume Atletico are picking up the wages?
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Good pointMy simplistic understanding is the justification for the salary reduction must fall within at least one of following reasons: Competition, productivity, or technical or labour organization.
Barcelona's reason is purely financial so that doesn't give them justification. Especially when they have gone on another shopping spree while talking about salary reductions.