Ghana striker, Nasiru Mohammed has debunked claims that he has rejected salary cut proposal by his team Levski Sofia which could lead to contract termination.
The 25-year-old was reported to be among seven foreign-based players who have rejected management’s decision to reduce monthly income of players due to the novel COVID-19 pandemic.
The report indicated that Mohammed could have his contract cancelled for refusing to accept pay-cut.
But speaking exclusively to Footydreamsgh.com, the former BK Hacken attacker rubbished the reports.
“Nothing like that is true. I’ve not rejected any pay-cut arrangements by my club. That report is not accurate. I’m surprised some people wrote that, ” he told Footydreamsgh.com.
“Yes, it [pay-cut] has been discussed, and almost all clubs in Europe are doing that, which is normal.”
The report further stated that duo Milan Mijatovic (Montenegro), Filipe Nascimento (Portugal) will not have their contracts renewed and so are unwilling to slash their salaries for the two months left on their contracts.
Austrian Deni Alar, who is on-loan from Rapid Vienna, will have his part of salary paid by the parent club.
Nuno Reis (Portugal), Stijn Spierings (Netherlands) and Franco Mazurek (Argentina) have resisted pay cuts.