First-team players at English Premier League club West Ham United have agreed to defer a portion of their wages due to the coronavirus pandemic.

West Ham head coach David Moyes, Vice-Chairman Karren Brady, and Chief Financial Officer Andy Mollett have also agreed to take a 30% pay cut.

“The savings created by the measures above will support the entire infrastructure of the Club and enable us to retain jobs and continue to pay 100% of staff salaries,” the club said on its website.

On Thursday England’s Southampton became the first Premier League club to confirm their players will defer

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