Aduana Stars forward Yahaya Mohammed has issued a statement to suggest his readiness to accept a pay-cut.
The financial impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on football has resulted in many football followers to suggest that the pay-cut system be applied in the local league to help the various teams survive the ongoing crisis.
However, these suggestions have been dismissed by many of football personalities in the country with some players insisting that their wages isn’t good enough to consider such alternative.
Meanwhile, Yahaya Mohammed has revealed that he wouldn’t be too concerned about taking a pay-cut should it be deemed necessary in the coming days.
Speaking to Happy FM, “At Aduana Stars, the pay cut has not been initiated. I have played three seasons and if it happens, I will understand because this is the time they also need my help. I will be the first person to accept the pay cut at Aduana Stars if the need arises.”
”We cannot compare what is happening in Europe to Ghana because over there they are forcing the players because the players have individual sponsorships so it will not affect them when their salaries are reduced. The team owners must just dialogue with the players so they agree to it temporarily”, he added.