Gladbach's squad have volunteered to forgo part of their salaries.
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The Borussia Mönchengladbach players, coaching staff, directors and CEOs have waivered part of their wages to help the club amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"The players know what's going on. It’s their job, they have already informed themselves and thought about what they could do. The team has offered to forgo salary if it can help the club and its employees," said Gladbach boss Max Eberl in an interview published on the club's website and added:
"I am very proud of the boys. It's a clear signal that we stand together for Borussia, in good times and in bad. They want to give something back to the club and therefore also to all the fans who support us.
"The coaching staff have followed suit, as have our directors and CEOs," Eberl said.