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Pay Cut: Mesut Ozil and three other Arsenal players not yet convinced as they request deferral instead
Reports making the rounds in North London insist German international Mesut Ozil is resisting efforts from the Arsenal board to implement a 12.5per cent pay-cut for all members of the squad. Arsenal announced on Monday they have agreed to a voluntary 12.5percent pay-cut for all players and members of the coaching staff. Nonetheless, it doesn’t seem to be the exact scenario playing out. Recent reports suggest there are still about three members of the Arsenal team who haven’t agreed to the pay-cut terms Ozil included. Ozil and the others standing on his side of the matter are of the view a reduction in their salary should be based on deferral terms other than a total pay-cut. Personal talks with the Arsenal playmaker are expected to continue this week. Ozil made it clear he may be willing to take pay-cut in the future but wants to be sure of all risks involved to make an informed decision.The German is reported as willing to accept a deferral worth more than the 12.5per cent pay-cut his teammates have opted for. Nonetheless, Ozil has held to the fact he must be completely aware of the influence his decision to take pay-cuts will have on the Arsenal’s financial capacity. The pay-cut request hasn’t been met by a smiling face from the German’s agent. About a month ago his agent, Dr Erkut Sogut made it clear that deferral was an option, However, a total pay-cut may be a tough one to take. However, recently the issues on pay-cut have been accompanied by utter professionalism from the Arsenal board and Mesut Ozil’s agent. The efforts of journalists to get more information on current issues arising from pay-cut have been resisted by both the Arsenal board and Ozil’s agent. As they have made it clear they regard the situation as a player personal business.
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Pay Cut: Mesut Ozil and three other Arsenal players not yet convinced as they request deferral instead
Reports making the rounds in North London insist German international Mesut Ozil is resisting efforts from the Arsenal board to implement a 12.5per cent pay-cut for all members of the squad. Arsenal announced on Monday they have agreed to a voluntary 12.5percent pay-cut for all players and members of the coaching staff. Nonetheless, it doesn’t seem to be the exact scenario playing out. Recent reports suggest there are still about three members of the Arsenal team who haven’t agreed to the pay-cut terms Ozil included. Ozil and the others standing on his side of the matter are of the view a reduction in their salary should be based on deferral terms other than a total pay-cut. Personal talks with the Arsenal playmaker are expected to continue this week. Ozil made it clear he may be willing to take pay-cut in the future but wants to be sure of all risks involved to make an informed decision.The German is reported as willing to accept a deferral worth more than the 12.5per cent pay-cut his teammates have opted for. Nonetheless, Ozil has held to the fact he must be completely aware of the influence his decision to take pay-cuts will have on the Arsenal’s financial capacity. The pay-cut request hasn’t been met by a smiling face from the German’s agent. About a month ago his agent, Dr Erkut Sogut made it clear that deferral was an option, However, a total pay-cut may be a tough one to take. However, recently the issues on pay-cut have been accompanied by utter professionalism from the Arsenal board and Mesut Ozil’s agent. The efforts of journalists to get more information on current issues arising from pay-cut have been resisted by both the Arsenal board and Ozil’s agent. As they have made it clear they regard the situation as a player personal business.
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ordu-daniel
Pay Cut: Mesut Ozil and three other Arsenal players not yet convinced as they request deferral instead
Reports making the rounds in North London insist German international Mesut Ozil is resisting efforts from the Arsenal board to implement a 12.5per cent pay-cut for all members of the squad. Arsenal announced on Monday they have agreed to a voluntary 12.5percent pay-cut for all players and members of the coaching staff. Nonetheless, it doesn’t seem to be the exact scenario playing out. Recent reports suggest there are still about three members of the Arsenal team who haven’t agreed to the pay-cut terms Ozil included. Ozil and the others standing on his side of the matter are of the view a reduction in their salary should be based on deferral terms other than a total pay-cut. Personal talks with the Arsenal playmaker are expected to continue this week. Ozil made it clear he may be willing to take pay-cut in the future but wants to be sure of all risks involved to make an informed decision.The German is reported as willing to accept a deferral worth more than the 12.5per cent pay-cut his teammates have opted for. Nonetheless, Ozil has held to the fact he must be completely aware of the influence his decision to take pay-cuts will have on the Arsenal’s financial capacity. The pay-cut request hasn’t been met by a smiling face from the German’s agent. About a month ago his agent, Dr Erkut Sogut made it clear that deferral was an option, However, a total pay-cut may be a tough one to take. However, recently the issues on pay-cut have been accompanied by utter professionalism from the Arsenal board and Mesut Ozil’s agent. The efforts of journalists to get more information on current issues arising from pay-cut have been resisted by both the Arsenal board and Ozil’s agent. As they have made it clear they regard the situation as a player personal business.
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