At an initial video conference last week, chiefs made a presentation to players which explained the financial cost the club will face if the Premier League season cannot be completed and TV revenue is lost.
The Reds are six points away from securing their first title in 30 years should the campaign be completed.
Liverpool players have held two video conferences with club executives about wage deferrals
Chiefs made a presentation to players which explained the financial cost the club could face
Several projections were outlined to senior members of the squad who are understood to have subsequently discussed the matter privately before stating their position at a follow-up meeting earlier this week.
Players understand the compromises that will have to be made should the season not be completed or be finished behind closed doors but both parties have agreed to seek more clarity from the league before finalising a decision.
Chief executive Peter Moore apologised last week after the club reversed it’s furlough decision
Chief executive Peter Moore apologised last week after the club reversed it’s decision to furlough non-playing staff following criticism from supporters.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson and James Milner were at the centre of negotiations surrounding the #PlayersTogether campaign which was launched last week.
Stars from across the division have agreed to make a sizeable donation to the NHS to help fight coronavirus.
Liverpool’s discussions come after Arsenal players took a step closer to agreeing to pay cuts following an intervention from manager Mikel Arteta.
Arsenal players are close to agreeing a pay cut after an intervention from manger Mikel Arteta