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Manchester United Players Wages💰

Football players are the ones to receive a good amount of salary, especially when they kick the ball for big and known clubs around the world such as Manchester United.
Manchester United Players Wages

When we talk about famous clubs, we may remember the well-known ones, such as Barcelona, Liverpool, Manchester City, PSG, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Many more… 

One of the bests to be remembered is Manchester United as the Red Devils have been very successful in the past few years. This is while currently, they are standing 5th with 34 points in the Premier League table.

You have to know that Manchester United is one of the most successful clubs in English football, having won 20 league titles, 12 FA Cups, 5 League Cups and a record 21 Community Shields.

However, they have spent more than a billion dollar on players since their previous Premier League title win, back in 2013, and have also had three new coaches since, as David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, and Jose Mourinho have been replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjær in the end, who took over from Jose Mourinho in December 2018.

2019 was full of changes for the club as well, as many big names left Old Trafford, while there were some new signings as well.

The club first sold Romelu Lukaku for $99M and also let go of Alexis Sanchez on loan. This is while on the other hand, Harry Maguire, Wan Bassaka, and Daniel James have joined the club.

Now the question is how much are the Red Devils wages?

Time to check them out:

Manchester United soccer players’ salary

Let’s take a look at the Red Devils' wages in 2020

David de Gea

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $490,000
  • Annual salary: $25.5 million

Currently the 28-year-old has the most salary amongst the Red Devil’s players. The former Atletico Madrid player joined the club in 2011 and since is guarding Manchester United net. His current contract will be expired in 2023 and has been renewed in 2019. Currently he earns $490,000 as his weekly wage, while his annual salary is $25,500,000.

Paul Pogba

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $380,000
  • Annual salary: $19.8 million

The French footballer is the second on our list as he is one of the most paid players in Manchester United. He joined the team in 2016 from the Serie A champions, Juventus and was linked with a move to Real Madrid during the summer transfer window, though he didn’t make the change in the end. His current contract will be expired in 2021 and he is currently paid $380,000 on weekly wage while his annual salary is $15,000,000.

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Anthony Martial

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $330,000
  • Annual salary: $17.1 million

Next, we have Anthony Martial on the list. Currently the 24-year-old is kicking the ball as a forward for the Red Devils. He joined the club in 2015 from Monaco and his 4-year contract will be expired in 2023.

Back in 2015, he was signed to Manchester United with an initial fee of $47million, which could potentially rise to $75 million. It is interesting to know that this was the highest fee paid for a teenager in football history even before the potential increase. Nowadays, his weekly wage is almost $330,000 while his annual salary is almost $17 million.

Marcus Rashford

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $260,000
  • Annual salary: $13.7 million

The 22-year-old has been one of the bests since he has started playing soccer at the age of seven.

With United, Rashford has won the FA Cup, EFL Cup, FA Community Shield, and UEFA Europa League so far. The team star renewed his contract in 2019 with the team.

The new contract keeps him committed to the club for four years and will be expired in 2023. Currently, his weekly wage is $260,000 and his annual salary is almost $14 million.

Harry Maguire

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $250,000
  • Annual salary: $12.9 million

The 26-year-old center back is one of the team’s most recent transfer as he was signed to Man United during the 2019 summer transfer window from Leicester City for a fee of $104 million, which is a world-record fee for a defender.

His current salary in Old Trafford is $250,000 while he receives $12.9 million as his annual salary. It also has to be said that he has received many awards with his former teams. However, he yet hasn’t achieved any honors with the Red Devils.

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Juan Mata

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $209,000
  • Annual salary: $10.8 million

The 31-year-old has joined the club in 2014 from Chelsea, while he also has kicked the ball for Valencia & Real Madrid Castilla as well. The Attacking midfielder was sold to Manchester United in January 2014, for a fee of $48.5 million.

His current contract, which will be expired in 2021 pays him $209,000 of weekly wage, while his annual salary gathers him $ 10.8 million per year.

Luke Shaw

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $195,000
  • Annual salary: $10.2 million

The 24-year-old English left back joined the club in 2014 after leaving Southampton where he was a player for three years, where he also where their player for eight years in the youth club.

Currently, he is paid $195,000 per week, while his monthly salary is $ 10.2 million.     

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Frederico de Paula Santos

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $156,000
  • Annual salary: $8.1 million

The 26-year-old midfielder started playing football in Atlético Mineiro in 2003. In 2011 he joined Internacional as his first Senior career team. Later he joined Shakhtar Donetsk.

He is currently kicking the ball for Manchester United where he is paid $ 156,000 as his weekly wage, while his annual salary is more than $ 8 million. His contract will be expired in 2023.

Victor Lindelof

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $156,000
  • Annual salary: $8.1 million

The Swedish defender, who has joined the club in 2017, is currently 25 year old and has a contract to kick the ball for the club till 2024.

He started his career in Sweden at Västerås SK, making his debut in September 2010 and currently he is a player in both Manchester United and Sweden national team. His current weekly wage is $156,000 while he is paid $ 8.1 million as his annual one.

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Nemanja Matic

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $156,000
  • Annual salary: $8.1 million

The 31-year-old Defensive midfielder joined the club in 2017 from Chelsea and is also kicking the ball for the Serbian national team. Interestingly he started his career as an attacking midfielder though later shifted to a defensive midfielder during his spell at Benfica.

His current contract will be expired this year as it was signed last year. His current annual salary is $ 8.1 million, while weekly he receives $156,000.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $119,000
  • Annual salary: $6.2 million

The English right back has been one of the bests in the Red Devil’s team so far. Wan-Bissaka began his senior career with Crystal Palace at the age of 19 and was named as the club's Player of the Year for the 2018–19 season.

In 2019, he moved to Manchester United for an initial fee of almost $60 million, with another $6 million due in potential bonuses. Currently, he earns $119,000 of weekly salary, while his annual salary is $ 6.2 million.

Eric Bailly

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $105,000
  • Annual salary: $5.5 million

He is a 25-year-old player from Ivory Coast who plays as a center back for the Red Devils since June 2016. We also have to mention that he sometimes kicks the ball as a right back for the team.

Before Manchester United, the young player kicked the ball for Espanyol and also Villarreal. In addition to these clubs, he made his international debut for the Ivory Coast in 2015 and helped the team win the Africa Cup of Nations in the same year.

His current contract will be finished this year. Right now, he is plaid $105,000 as his weekly wage, while his annual salary is $ 5.5 million.

Phil Jones

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $98,730
  • Annual salary: $5.1 million

Jones is the team’s English defender who joined the club in 2011 after leaving Blackburn Rovers where he played for two years. It may be interesting to know that though he is currently a center back, he has also been used as a right back and also defensive midfielder.

The 27-year-old also kicks the ball for England national team. His current contract, which makes him stay at Old Trafford up to 2023, is based on almost $99,000 per week and $5.1 million per year.

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Jesse Lingard

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $98,730
  • Annual salary: $5.1 million

Lingard joined the club in 2011 to kick the ball as an attacking midfielder and winger. Besides that, he kicks the ball for England national team. So far has won the UEFA Europa League, FA Cup, FA Community Shield and EFL Cup, having scored in the latter three finals.

Currently, he has a contract up to 2021 and receives $98,730 as a weekly wage, while his annual salary is $5.1 million.

Sergio Romero

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $92,148
  • Annual salary: $4.8 million

The 32-year-old Argentinian goalkeeper joined the Red Devils in 2015 after leaving Sampdoria. He also guards the net for the Argentina national team since 2009.

It would be interesting to know that Romero is the most capped goalkeeper in the history of the Argentine national team as he has played over 90 times since his debut in 2009. Currently, he earns more than $92,000 per week while his annual salary is $4.8 million.

Romero’s contract will be over in June 2021.

Daniel James

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $88,198
  • Annual salary: $4.5 million

Daniel James is a 22-year-old English midfielder who plays for Premier League club Manchester United and the Wales national team. He entered the Old Trafford in June 2019 after leaving Swansea City.

His current contract, which makes him a Manchester United player, will be expired in 2023. Based on this contract, his current weekly wage is more than $88,000 while he receives $4.5 million per year.

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Lee Grant

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $39,492
  • Annual salary: $2 million

Lee Grant is the team’s 37-year-old goalkeeper who guards the team’s goal since July 2018. Before joining the Red Devils, Grant did the same thing at Stoke City and also Derby County, Burnley, Oldham Athletic, and Sheffield Wednesday.

Based on his contract he will be Manchester’s player up to June 2021. Currently he receives $39,492 as his weekly salary and $2 million per year.

Andreas Pereira

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $39,492
  • Annual salary: $2 million

The Belgium midfielder has joined the club in 2014, playing for Granada and Valencia on lone. Though he is a Belgian, as a young player he kicked the ball for Belgium national team, while currently, he is a player of Brazil national team, as the country is his father's homeland.

The 24-year-old has a contract with Manchester United until 2023. Based on the contract he has to receive $39,492 as his weekly salary, which makes him $2 million per year.

Diogo Dalot

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $32,910
  • Annual salary: $1.7 million

Dalot is the team’s 20-year-old full back who joined the Red Devils on 6 June 2018 on a five-year contract for a fee of £19 million.

Besides Manchester United, he also kicks the ball for Portugal national team, where he helped the team win the 2016 UEFA European Under-17 Championship, scoring twice in five games in Azerbaijan including once in the final against Spain.

Currently, he earns $32,910 as his weekly wage, while his annual salary is $1.7 million based on his contract.

Timothy Fosu-Mensah

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $19,746
  • Annual salary: $1 million

Fosu-Mensah is Manchester United’s footballer who joined the club in 2016 and since plays as a defensive midfielder, center back or fullback for the club.  This is while he also kicks the ball for the Netherlands national team.

His current contract was signed on 19 October 2016which will be over this year 2020, but they have the option to extend it for a further year. Based on this contract, currently, his weekly salary is $19,746, while his annual salary is $1 million.

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Axel Tuanzebe
Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $13,593
  • Annual salary: $706,906

The 22-year-old DR Congo defender id currently kicking the ball for the Red Devils and has joined the club in 2015. He also has played for England at under-19, under-20, and under-21 levels. His current contract at Old Trafford will be over in June 2022.

Until then he will receive $13,593 as his weekly salary at the club, which makes him $706,906 annually.

Scott McTominay

Manchester United Players Wages
  • Weekly salary: $13,164
  • Annual salary: $684,528

Scott McTominay is the team’s 23-year-old English central midfielder who started his soccer career in The Red Devils Youth club back in 2002 and continued playing for the team as a senior player in 2017.

Currently he has a contract with the club, which makes him committed to the team until 2023. Based on this contract, his weekly salary is $13,164 and so he receives $684,528 per year.

That is all for the current players at The Old Trafford while there are Alexis Sanchez, Chris Smalling, Joel Castro Pereira, Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and Kieran O’Hara who play on loan for other clubs around the world.

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