sport news Get jabbed or it's a PAY-CUT! Top clubs could dock the wages of unvaccinated ...

sport news Get jabbed or it's a PAY-CUT! Top clubs could dock the wages of unvaccinated ...
sport news Get jabbed or it's a PAY-CUT! Top clubs could dock the wages of unvaccinated ...
EXCLUSIVE: Get jabbed or it's a PAY CUT! Premier League clubs could dock the wages of unvaccinated players for missed training sessions and games - following the lead of Bayern Munich after German giants reprimanded five stars last month Sportsmail understands Premier League clubs are looking at whether they are eligible to dock the wages of players if they are unvaccinated and need to isolate Cases of players self-isolating in the top four leagues has rocketed this month Bayern Munich refused to pay five players for every training session and game they missed as part of rules that forced them into isolation  Joshua Kimmich of Bayern has since changed his mind and will get vaccinated 

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Clubs across the Premier League are considering whether they can dock players' wages if they are forced to self-isolate because they have not been vaccinated.

The number of players self-isolating across all four divisions has rocketed in the last fortnight due to new Government rules introduced following the spread of the Omicron variant. That has left many clubs with decimated squads and four matches postponed in only five days this week.

Last month, German giants Bayern Munich refused to pay five of their star players for every game or training day they missed after coming into contact with a Covid-positive person.

Premier League players who are not vaccinated could see their wages docked by their clubs

Premier League players who are not vaccinated could see their wages docked by their clubs

Last month Bayern Munich refused to pay Joshua Kimmich (right) and four other players for every training session and match they missed as part of self-isolation for being unvaccinated

Last month Bayern Munich refused to pay Joshua Kimmich (right) and four other players for every training session and match they missed as part of self-isolation for being unvaccinated

And Sportsmail understands that a number of clubs in the top flight and Football League - fed-up with their refuseniks - are looking into whether they can legally follow suit, with Omicron threatening to wreak havoc with the calendar.

Within dressing rooms, pressure is growing on those who have not

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