To help PSV Eindhoven, Daniel Schwaab has decided to end his contract with the club two months early.

The 31-year-old defender signed a one-year contract with PSV last summer, and an extension was not expected.

However, Schwaab’s deal was set to run until the 1st of July. Instead, the German has decided to help out the club’s finances by handing in his last two months wages and will leave early.

Schwaab told the club’s website, “In my view, it makes sense to hand in part of the salary. After all, I am no longer active for PSV. I am proud that we have also reached an agreement with the entire group on a temporary salary discount. We are living in a difficult time, but it is good that everyone realizes that we can only solve the financial consequences together.”

Schwaab played 130 games for PSV Eindhoven after joining the club from Stuttgart in 2016. He was due to leave last summer, but instead decided to remain for another year.




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