Aston Villa's first team players have agreed to a 25 per cent wage deferral for four months.
The club announced that first-team coaches and senior management also agreed to a pay cut on Saturday (April 25).
The claret and blue side said along with the deferrals and 'substantial funding' from its owners - there will be no furloughing of its staff.
All non-football staff - full time and part time staff will be retained and paid in full throughout the lockdown.
It comes after, Health Secretary Matt Hancock called for Premier League footballers to donate a portion of their wages to struggling hospices.
Its been nearly two month since the last time Villa played a football - which was a four-nil loss against midlands-rival Leicester City on March 9.
Fellow Premier League side, Southampton were the first side in the league to agree a wage cut with its players, earlier this month.
Aston Villa say they remain committed to serving its local communities through its foundation during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic the thoughts of everyone at Aston Villa are with those families suffering loss and the incredible NHS staff who are risking their own safety to help so many others.