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Juve ace goes on strike following paycut

Juventus ace goes on strike after general wage cut by team

May 12, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
All of the bianconeri's players have been urged to return to Italy to restart the tournament, but some footballers are not ready to do so.

When the coronavirus pandemic started, some teams were forced to cut a portion of their players' wages to survive. While most footballer accepted the idea, there are some that have shown their disagreement with such decision weeks after admitting it was the right thing to do.

One of those players is none other than Adrien Rabiot, who is not satisfied with the amount taken from his wage by Juventus. Furthermore, Rabiot has decided to go on strike and has refused to return to Italy before the Serie A season restarts.

Rabiot has barely featured for Juventus, playing only eleven games under Maurizio Sarri. After he was forced to take a $7M paycut, he has decided to stay in France for more time than initially expected, opening the gate for a possible transfer this summer.

Rabiot is not the only Juventus player still waiting to return to Italy, as Gonzalo Higuaín is still in Argentina. Nevertheless, Higuaín's situation is quite different, since he is taking care of his ill mother in South America.

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