Have you ever thought what is Manchester United players salaries? or how much players of one of the most popular football teams in the world earns? If yes then below is your answer. Manchester United pays high salaries to their players compared to other clubs. The Red Devils play in Premier League which is one of the oldest league. They have won every title and trophies that one team can dream.
The club was founded in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR FC but later changed it to Manchester United. Man Utd is the world’s most valuable football brand with an estimated worth $1.2 billion (June 2015). They were the second highest-earning football club in the world till 2014.
Manchester United has a couple of big deals in their pocket from which Chevrolet shirt sponsorship & kit suppliers deal with Adidas is biggest in the history of the club. Manchester United have been busy in the transfer market this summer and bought some high profile players like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Paul Pogba. Manchester United’s wage bill is expected to go high after these signings.
Manchester United Summer Transfer 2016
Jose Mourinho has made four expensive signings with Eric Bailly from Villarreal, Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Paris Saint-Germain, Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Borussia Dortmund (four-year deal) and record-breaking deal with Paul Pogba from Juventus.
- ERIC BAILLY (VILLARREAL)
- ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC (FREE AGENTPSG)
- HENRIKH MKHITARYAN (BORUSSIA DORTMUND)
- PAUL POGBA (JUVENTUS)
Also Read: Chelsea Players Salaries List 2016-17
Manchester United Highest Paid Player
Paul Pogba is the highest paid player at Manchester United FC after the signing in a world-record transfer from Juventus. The 23-year-old, Pogba has signed a five-year contract with United after they agreed to pay him €105million (£89m) over the course of two years. He plays primarily as a central midfielder but he can play as attacker and defender. Now let’s see the complete Manchester United Players Salaries Salaries.
Manchester United Players Salaries List 2017
|PLAYER||AGE||WEEKLY WAGE||CONTRACT LEFT|
|David de Gea||24||£200,000||(3 Year) 2019|
|Sam Johnstone||23||£10,000||(1 Year) 2017|
|Sergio Romero||28||£50,000||(3 Year) 2018|
|Marcos Rojo||24||£70,000||(4 Years) 2019|
|Phil Jones||22||£50,000||(1 Year) 2016|
|Chris Smalling||25||£80,000||(5 Year) 2020|
|Eric Bailly (new signing)||22||£75,000||(4 Year) 2020|
|Timothy Fosu-Mensah||18||£5,000||1 Year (2017)|
|Luke Shaw||19||£70,000||(2 Years) 2018|
|Matteo Darmian||25||£60,000||(3 Years) 2019|
|Daley Blind||24||£75,000||(2 Years) 2018|
|Michael Carrick||33||£80,000||(1 Year) 2016|
|Morgan Schneiderlin||24||£100,000||(3 Year) 2019|
|Bastian Schweinsteiger||30||£200,000||(2 Year) 2018|
|Ander Herrera||25||£75,000||(2 Years) 2018|
|Marouane Fellaini||27||£80,000||(2 Years) 2018|
|Juan Mata||26||£140,000||(2 Years) 2018|
|Jesse Lingard||23||£25,000||(2 Years) 2018|
|Paul Pogba (new signing)||23||£290,000||(5 Years) 2021|
|Henrikh Mkhitaryan (new signing)||27||£140,000||(4 Year) 2020|
|Ashley Young||29||£110,000||(2 Years) 2018|
|Anthony Martial||19||£65,000||(4 Year) 2020|
|Antonio Valencia||29||£70,000||(1 Years) 2017|
|Wayne Rooney||29||£250,000||(3 Years) 2019|
|Zlatan Ibrahimovic (new signing)||34||£220,000||(1 Year) 2017|
|Memphis Depay||20||£90,000||(3 Years ) 2019|
|Macus Rashford||18||£20,000||(4 years) 2020|