The English newspaper also explains that 50 club workers have been subjected to a temporary employment regulation file in recent days, but Bournemouth will pay them 20% of their salary so that they receive it in full, along with state aid. . In this way, the club wants to ensure that its employees maintain their purchasing power for the duration of the crisis. Meanwhile, the managers, the Premier and the Players Association are negotiating to reach an agreement on joint reductions in terms of team squads. Bournemouth has taken the first step in the Premier. Specifically, his coach Eddie Howe, who is the first figure in the Premier to adopt a voluntary salary reduction in the face of the coronavirus pandemic that has caused the stoppage in the league, according to the Daily Mail. At his club, the executive director has followed him Neil Blake, Technical Director Richard Hughes and his assistant Jason Tindall. Howe receives a salary of four and a half million euros per year.