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Top 10 Highest Paid Players In Manchester United

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Manchester United is one of the most iconic and richest clubs in the globe, with the capability to offer players lucrative contracts without any form of fair.

The Red Devils are known for their incredible history of parading top talents over the years who represent the club on all levels, using their immense talents, great performances and goal-scoring to contribute to the success.

With the focus of our topic on Naijnaira been on United’s highest paid players, we’ll take you through the club’s top 10 earners.

10. Christian Eriksen – (£170,000 – per-week)

The Dane earn his dream move to United in the summer after only making 11 appearances for Brentford following his return to football after winning the battle against cardiac arrest at the Euro’s in 2021.

Before he left Brentford questions were been asked concerning where the Danish international will be headed if he leaves Thomas Frank led team?

Surprisingly he made a dream move to Manchester United, having been rumoured to make a return to his old team Tottenham Hotspur.

Eriksen has not only impressed the club’s hierarchy since he joined, he’s also become one of the fan favorite at Old Trafford with his magnificent performance occupying a deeper midfield position.

9. Harry Maguire – (£190,000 – per-week)

Sheffield-born Manchester United defender Harry Maguire is, without doubt, one of Europe’s most maligned players in recent times, because of his errors that have in one or another way caused the team point.

While his struggle for a starting eleven continues at the club having lost his position to Raphael Varane, the England international still remains one of the highest earners at Old Trafford with a whopping £190,000 per-week salary.

8. Antony – (£200,000 – per-week)

The former Ajax winger became Manchester United’s marque singing in the summer when the club agreed a fee of around £85million to bring the 22-year-old to the Premier League from the Eredivisie.

Though since his move to Old Trafford he’s not been able to wow the fans as expected of him, however, he’s been able to show glimpses of improvement and hunger to play for the United shirt.

Antony’s take home as Manchester United’s per-week is £200,000, so with that, it means the Sao Paulo born is one of the highest earners at the club.

7. Marcus Rashford – (£200,000 – per-week)

Manchester United’s current poster boy right? Absolutely yes, because the England international has been amazingly superb for the Red Devils with a total of 26 goals in 42 games across all competitions.

For a player who made his debut in 2016 and has matured into a more complete and experience player who has since scored over 100 goals for United, you wouldn’t be surprised to see him among the highest paid players at the club.

If Manchester United are to do anything tangible this season in terms of winning more trophy having won the Carabao Cup, then Rashford been of one of the club’s big boys must stay fit.

6. Bruno Fernandes – (£240,000 – per-week)

15-months after Fernandes joined Manchester United from Portuguese outfit Sporting Lisbon, he penned an improved contract with the Red Devils in a deal that skyrocket his salary to £240,000 per week.

Fernandes was United’s final signing before Covid-19 rocked the world and he has since made an incredible impact in England with phenomenal performances and goals-contributions.

Unfortunately this season the Portuguese is yet to recapture his prolific displays to replicate his brilliant performance when he first joined Manchester United.

5. Anthony Martial – (£250,000 – per-week)

Injury-prone French forward Martial signed an improved longer-term contract with Manchester United under former manager Ole-Gunner Solkskjaer in January 2019.

After he returned from his loan move from Sevilla some United fans were surprised the Frenchman is still at the club despite, not contributing much in terms of the team’s resurgence performance under Eric Ten Hag.

He could leave United next summer if he fails to impress the new boss, but for now Martial remain one of the highest paid at the club.

4. Carlos Casemiro – (£300,000 – per-week)

The former Real Madrid defensive midfielder was a new arrival in the summer for Manchester United on a four-year contract with a weekly wage of £300,000 per week.

Before he left Madrid to join the Red Devils, a lot of eyebrows were been raised that he decided to leave the Spanish giant because of a massive payday at Old Trafford.

The Brazilian however debunked the narratives that he didn’t join Manchester United for money, and he has since become one of the club’s most important players under the tutelage of Eric Ten Hag.

3. Raphael Varane – (£340,000 – per-week)

Varane’s move to Old Trafford in the summer of 2021 saw his salary double after he was reportedly paid £170,000 per-week at Real Madrid.

He arrived at Manchester United with a high pedigree having won three LaLiga titles, four Champions League and a World Cup.

The former France international endured an injury-plagued debut season at Old Trafford, but he has since rediscovered his best form with his partnership with Lisandro Martinez under the tutelage of Eric Ten Hag.

2. Jadon Sancho – (£350,000 – per-week)

After a prolonged transfer saga with Borussia Dortmund, United finally got their man in the summer of 2021 for £73million.

Alongside the huge transfer fee the Old Trafford club paid, they also offered Sancho a significant and mouthwatering salary worth £350,000 per-week.

While he’s shown glimpses of his talent when he first joined, Sancho has not been able to replicate his Bundesliga and last season’s decent form this season under the new boss.

1. David De Gea – (£375,000 – per-week)

De Gea has been one of Manchester United’s best players for the last four to five seasons, winning the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year Award four times.

The Spaniard became the highest paid goalie in the world in 2019 when he signed a four-year deal worth £375,000 per-week, having consistently performed brilliantly for Manchester United.

While his contract is reportedly set to expire soon, the club could decide to offer him a new contract if he continues to deliver top-notch performance in between the stick for the Red Devils.

This article was updated 2 months ago


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