Barnsley head coach Gerhard Struber has agreed to defer 25 per cent of his wages to help the club through the coronavirus crisis.
The Chronicle understands the Austrian will see a drop in his salary for the next three months.
The Reds are also in negotiations with the first team playing squad about deferring or reducing their wages, as the club looks to cut costs during a period of no matchday income due to the lockdown. 
Barnsley are still officially due to return to training on May 16 but Struber told the Chronicle last week that that seemed unrealistic. 
The EFL is hoping to finish the season behind closed doors in June and July, with the Reds currently bottom of the Championship and seven points from safety with nine games remaining.