Premium distributionThose bonuses are as follows. If the competition does not resume and Leganés is saved by administrative means, the club will not pay any premium to its footballers.If the competition returns, it is completed and Leganés is saved, players will receive double the bonus as a prize that it corresponded to them for being in the 17th position.If the competition returns, but is later canceled again, the team set premiums depending on the position you are in when the championship ends.Voting without unanimityThe footballers put this proposal to a vote on Monday night and, although not unanimously, they did agree to accept the offer. This was communicated by the lawyers hired for this negotiation to the club. The documents were drawn up and signed over the past few days.Today in the morning they were signed the 56 documents that make up this initiative. Each footballer and member of the coaching staff had to stamp their signature on a collective document and on another one. Hence the delay in signing. This last phase is what has caused the agreement not to be announced before.This puts an end to a very tough dialogue that started 15 days after the declaration of the state of alarm and which, for many moments, has been closer to breaking than continuing. Finally, Leganés haggles the ERTE. The Leganes has made official today Friday the agreement reached with its staff and coaching staff on their salary cuts due to the crisis in the Covid-19. It has been through a letter written by its president, by Victoria Pavón. As AS has been counting in recent days, the final agreement reached is divided into two scenarios: a 16% cut in case the competition does not resume this season and no cut in the event that the tournament returns normally.This last scenario is accompanied by the commitment of the footballers who ended their contract on June 30 (twelve on loan and Szymanowski) to extend their activity with the club until the end of the season, beyond that date, on June 30. The club has also announced that it will not make any cuts in its workers.The fine print of the bonuses in the event of salvation has been relevant to the resolution of this agreement, which, at the beginning of the week, was considered impossible. On Monday morning club and captains were headed for a ERTE that Leganés already had ready to send, first to LaLiga (he had to give his approval) and then to the competent labor authority in the Community of Madrid.It was then, Monday mid-afternoon, when a final and surprise proposal was formulated from Butarque with the plan finally accepted. Before the imminent resumption of the championship, the club understood that it was better to reach an agreement than to sign the temporary employment regulation file.