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Man Utd squad’s wages in full after new Paul Pogba proposal provoked outrage within United’s camp

Man Utd squad’s wages in full after new Paul Pogba proposal provoked outrage within United’s camp

Manchester United, as one of the most powerful teams in the world, has a significant pay cost.

And that might get even larger if Paul Pogba accepts a new contract offer of £500,000 per week. 

With the Frenchman likely to leave at the conclusion of his current contract this summer, it has been stated that the Red Devils are prepared to make him their highest-earning player in order to persuade him to stay.

That decision hasn’t gone down well with the rest of the Manchester United squad, with some enraged that he may be making twice as much as them despite rarely playing a game and frequently generating a commotion. 

On that end, here are United’s wages in their entirety.

Man Utd full squad’s wages

David de Gea – £375,000

With De Gea as the club’s first-choice goalkeeper since 2011, it’s no wonder he’s the club’s second-highest paid. He also has another year left on his multimillion-dollar contract.

Dean Henderson – £100,000

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Henderson, the heir to De Gea’s throne, was kept happy with a contract extension and pay increase in 2020. 

But he hasn’t been content with being second fiddle.

Tom Heaton – £60,000

Heaton was signed as extra cover between the sticks by United last summer, and he was paid a nice £60k per week. 

That’s not terrible for a 35-year-old.

Lee Grant – £30,000

Grant, a fellow keeper, is even older than Heaton, at 39, and still makes a good living. 

His contract, like Pogba’s, ends in the summer.

Raphael Varane – £340,000

Bringing in one of the world’s top defenders was never going to be easy. 

When it came to signing Varane, however, giving him a four-year contract definitely helped.

Phil Jones – £75,000

Jones, another long-serving member of the squad, hasn’t reaped the same rewards as De Gea. 

He will be paid £75k per week till 2023.

Harry Maguire – £190,000

A £80 million transfer fee is inevitably going to be accompanied by a sizable remuneration package. Following the season he’s had, many United fans will believe he hasn’t paid the club back for what he’s earned.

Eric Bailly – £80,000

Centre-back Bailly has recently found himself on the outside looking in, yet even when he isn’t playing, he’s still making a good living. His £80,000-per-week contract expires in June 2023.

Victor Lindelof – £120,000

Lindelof joined United in 2017 but signed a two-year contract extension two years later. The contract, which expires in just over two years, pays him £120,000 per week.

Diogo Dalot – £25,000

Perhaps one of the biggest surprises on the United wage bill, Dalot only managed to bag himself a weekly wage of £25k when joining from Porto in 2018. He will also be out of contract next year.

At £25k, full-back Dalot is a shock low earner

Alex Telles – £93,000

Telles evidently learned from Dalot’s blunders, as he signed on for a significantly higher wage when he came from Porto two years later. 

However, the full-back is still a step below Luke Shaw in the pecking order.

Luke Shaw – £150,000

Since arriving to Old Trafford in 2014, England’s first-choice left-back has had an up-and-down career. 

Nonetheless, he has succeeded in becoming a top earner.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – £90,000

After some questionable performances in the early half of the season, doubts have crept in around Wan-Bissaka. 

In 2019, he agreed to a £90,000-per-week contract after moving from Crystal Palace for £50 million.

Nemanja Matic – £120,000

Matic, a midfield bruiser who joined United from Chelsea, was already on a good income, which has been boosted by a contract extension since his arrival. 

By the summer, he’ll only have one year left.

Fred – £120,000

They play in midfield alongside each other and earn the same – Fred earns the same as Matic after joining from Shakhtar Donetsk in 2018.

Scott McTominay – £20,000

McTominay, on the other hand, is significantly less lucky in his take home. 

The Scotland international has a contract until 2025 that might be extended for another year, although he only makes £20,000 per week.

Juan Mata – £160,000

Magician Mata has been an excellent servant for the Red Devils over the years, so much so that he has been retained for an additional year this season. 

His £160k-per-week contract will expire in June.

Jesse Lingard – £100,000

Jesse Lingard, meanwhile, appears to be heading to either Newcastle or West Ham. 

While out in the cold, the academy graduate has been earning a six-figure sum each week.

Bruno Fernandes – £180,000

Fernandes has been one of the few bright spots on the United team in recent years. According to rumors, the club’s hierarchy is keen to keep him and is aiming to increase his weekly wages from £180k to £240k.

Paul Pogba – £290,000

Allowing Pogba to depart this summer may do wonders for United’s salary bill, considering he is already paid well. 

But it appears like they have different intentions.

Cristiano Ronaldo – £480,000

Of course, Ronaldo is at the top of the list. 

Ronaldo signed to a deal worth more than £25 million per year when he made his fairy-tale homecoming last summer, which has turned out to be more of a nightmare since then.

Jadon Sancho – £350,000

Before Ronaldo went through the door, United also gave Sancho a massive contract. 

After pursuing him for some time, the board was not about to let him slip away for financial reasons.

Marcus Rashford – £200,000

Rashford, who was once United’s golden boy, has been linked with a stunning exit this season. 

He presently earns £200k a week but could increase that with a move away.

Edinson Cavani – £250,000

Signing a luxury contract Cavani was a free transfer in 2020, but he still cost the Red Devils a lot of money. 

At the end of his contract this summer, he will lose at least £250,000 per week.


Man Utd squad’s wages in full after new Paul Pogba proposal provoked outrage within United’s camp

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