Hearts of Oak players have received their outstanding salaries for March amid calls for pay cuts in the wake of the suspension of the Ghana Premier League due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There have been suggestions in the media earlier in the week that the Phobians might consider a slash on salaries to cushion the side against a possible financial crisis.
However, sportsnetgh.com reports that Hearts playing body and the technical team received full salaries on Monday without any form of deductions.
In addition, they are expected to receive April salaries on Wednesday, April 29 as the Board has subsequently released cheque for the April salaries.
The Ghana Premier League has been on a break since Match 15.