Aston Villaâ€™s first-team players, coaches and senior management will defer 25% of their salaries for four months to ease the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Non-playing staff will be retained and paid in full during the lockdown and the Premier League club will not make use of the government furlough scheme.
â€œOur players and staff feel great solidarity with the many clubs in the football pyramid who have financial problems,â€ Aston Villaâ€™s chief executive Christian Purslow said.
â€œWe believe it is right and proper that the Premier League as a whole takes action on its finances collectively to enable it to be able to continue to provide vital funding throughout the game in England.â€
Elsewhere in the Premier League, Chelsea playersÂ will continue to receive the same payÂ and Arsenalâ€™s first team have agreed toÂ a 12.5% pay cut.
Liverpool, Tottenham and Bournemouth reversed their decisions to furlough staff, while Newcastle United were the first club to place their non-playing staff on temporary leave andÂ Norwich have also put staffÂ on the job retention scheme.