The unions that are members of the Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiations for first-division soccer players in Spain have announced they have collectively decided it is necessary to maintain their strike during the first two days of the regular season. The FUTPRO statement claims that the employers, after two days of mediation “have remained practically immovable.” The current sticking point is the minimum salary which the league wants no higher than 20,000 euros, an amount the players consider unacceptable. The players lowered their initial proposal to 23,000 euros per year but that was still too high so they have decided to continue striking.
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