Fourth captain of Atlético and one of the rojiblancos faces of solidarity during the crisis caused by the coronavirus, for the campaign that he leads from the first day, #SaldremosTogether, Saúl Ñíguez has spoken during this weekend of the decision announced last Thursday by the club: a Temporary Employment Regulation File (ERTE) that would affect all club employees, players and coaches of the first team included, during this break due to the global pandemic, with Spain in a state of alarm for 15 days. He spoke it into the microphones of Game time, the Cope, and it was as it always is: direct and clear. “Nothing has been communicated to us 100%. When they tell us, we will talk to them and try to reach an agreement. We’ll talk to the press later, if the club wants. “ Also, Saúl conveyed his condolences and condolences to the Christian Michola family, 14-year-old footballer belonging to the Infantil C rojiblanco who died on Saturday (“Words at the moment are worth very little. It is very negative news. Whatever the family needs, the club will be there“) and spoke about that campaign he leads, the #SaldremosTogether to help the most affected by the coronavirus, self-employed and SMEs. “The movement I have created has me quite busy,” he began. “On the second day of confinement, I spoke to my manager after seeing so many negative things on television. If our businesses go bad, imagine the others. In two hours we found a solidary solution. It is going very well. In the first days we had 1,600 companies. On the fourth day, more than 20,000. I thank the media for trying to help people who need it, people are the true heroes, “he revealed.“During the year we also try to help, although we prefer many things that do not transcend. Hopefully with this initiative many businesses can be saved. We will have to distribute the funds, advertising. I hope we can save these companies and that I can get back to normal as soon as possible“added the rojiblanco midfielder.