Barcelona's locker room is suffering a major split over the board's demands for pay-cuts.
Barca's interim board have been pushing for the players to accept pay-cuts to help the club through the impact of the Spanish government's lockdown.
Gerard Piqué, Clément Lenglet, Frenkie De Jong and Marc-André ter Stegen have offered to negotiate separately their wage reductions - something which has upset their teammates.
Journalist Lluis Canut, reporting for TV3, says the other players of Barcelona did not appreciate these extensions for Pique, Ter Stegen, De Jong and Lenglet - and that they were offered new deals before the general agreement on lowering wages.
An anger so important that one of these four players in question, whose identity was not disclosed, has even been called "Judas" by some of his teammates.