Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser (dpa) – Bundesliga football team Arminia Bielefeld has also introduced so-called pandemic clauses in newly signed player contracts in response to the Corona crisis.
These clauses are designed to ensure that wage losses take effect automatically in certain cases, without first having to negotiate a waiver with the players. “We will consider such clauses for new contracts. We will also find a solution for those with existing contracts,” said General Manager Markus Rejek at the climber’s training camp in Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser, Austria.
Such clauses also exist at Werder Bremen and FC Schalke 04. “If the situation requires it, we will discuss the matter again with all players in the interests of equal rights,” said the 52-year-old in view of a possible statement. from a distance: ‘We have to do the housework. We don’t want to go into debt again. ‘
The newcomer is also preparing for a complete season without spectators in the stadium. “As a businessman, you really have to plan the worst case,” said Rejek. He plans with a minimum of ticket revenue. At best, Arminia could gradually increase the number of spectators to 12,000 in the 26,500-seat arena based on the club’s hygiene concept.