Barça, Espanyol, Atlético and at the last minute the Alaves (with him Baskonia basketball) have opened the path of professional football towards ERTE. The clubs do the math, check the calendar and, although they try to transmit calm to the workers, the uncertainty continues, especially after the step taken by Bartomeu. The majority are still not considering a regulatory file, according to the survey of ACE, but the most common trend is that it will depend on what is discussed in the meetings with The league and how the situation progresses.
At Primera, no other team talks about ERTE, although several evaluate different options. He Leganes has already made adjustments, such as layoffs in stores, and the Valladolid has created a negotiating table. Others, like Levante, the Real and the Athletic are more forceful in the 'no', although players like Zaldua Y Williams They admit being willing to lean in. He Valencia It is also drastic: “There will be no ERTE.” “We are already working on the worst case scenario,” he explains. Murthy.
In Second, Almería, Tenerife, Las Palmas, Fuenlabrada, Huesca and Racing are shown to be the most reluctant to ERTE. Extremadura, Sporting, Ponferradina, Málaga and Oviedo They don't have it in mind at the moment either. He Elche it will maintain the payments, although it estimates that the money will come until April. Cádiz, Rayo and Lugo They are still studying the different scenarios, although the Galicians assume that if there is ERTE it will also be for soccer players. Zaragoza, Albacete and Depor they don't rule out anything and the Girona already talks to the players about a regulatory file. The rest are kept waiting or totally hermetic.