Workers of Fiat-Chrysler in the Southern Italian Melfi going to strike against the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo to football club Juventus. They find that the club, which is just as the company controlled by the family Agnelli, 100 million euros will pay for a footballer.
The trade Union Sindicale di Base (USB) calls in a communication to the staff of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to strike from Sunday evening, July 15 to Tuesday morning, July 17, report various media.
“It is unacceptable that the company for many years, the state has asked to make enormous economic sacrifices to do so and now 100 million spend on the purchase of a football player,” reads the. ‘While the workers and their families their belts more and more to pursue, the company decided to make as much money to invest in one person. Is it fair for one person to millions of can earn, while thousands of families are not even to the half of the month to live?’
The union calls Fiat-Chrysler to invest more in the automotive production, to the jobs in the factory. In the factory in Melfi will be the Fiat 500X, the Jeep Renegade and the Fiat Punto.
The main shareholder of Fiat-Chrysler, the Italian holding company Exor, which is in the hands of the family Agnelli, who, in her turn, Juventus checks.
The Italian club confirmed Tuesday night that the Cristiano Ronaldo wegkaapt at Real Madrid, the 33-year-old Portuguese star put his signature under a contract for four seasons. Juventus to pay over a period of two years, 100 million euros to Real Madrid. There is quite a solidarity contribution of euro 12 million, as determined by the Wereldvoetbalbond FIFA, on top.
‘CR7’ would be at Juve, as about 30 million euro per year is yours, so report various media. That is more than the annual salary of 23.6 million euro, that the five-time Golden Ball was given at Real Madrid.