The players are owed two months' worth of salaries and match fees from their 2017 tour of Sri Lanka
Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) have agreed to clear all outstanding salaries of players by July 25, after players threatened to boycott the upcoming T20 triangular series involving hosts Zimbabwe, Pakistan and Australia.
According to ESPNcricinfo, newly-appointed ZC consultant Vince van der Bijl has said in a letter to the players stating that: "... all outstanding monies up to your June salary by 25 July and July salary by end of July."
The players are owed two months' worth of salaries and match fees from their tour of Sri Lanka, which took place in July last year.
The deadline given by the players was June 25 but ZC have assured that part of the salaries will be reimbursed a month after the given deadline while the remaining amount will be transferred towards the end of July.
ZC will be issued their next grant by the International Cricket Council (ICC) in July, which is likely to resolve the ongoing salary dispute between the players and ZC.
Despite the guarantees from ZC, there are still few players who find this solution unacceptable and it remains to be seen as to whether a mutually acceptable agreement can be reached between the two sides before Zimbabwe’s upcoming scheduled matches.