Manchester United Player Salaries 2017/2018 (17/18) and Detail Contract
Manchester United Player Salaries 2017/2018 and Detail Contract – Manchester United is one of the best clubs in the world, the English club has many titles in Europe and in the Premier League. Manchester United’s success can not be separated from their cleverness in buying players on the transfer market. Many football star player who was bought by Manchester United to get the best team to win the title.
Manchester United is coached by Jose Mourinho, the coaching Jose them have successfully brought in players from Juventus, Paul Pogba. French players brought Manchester United to beat the world’s most expensive transfer value of Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo who plays for Real Madrid. In this transfer of Paul Pogba also get the biggest salary as a Manchester United player.
Manchester United player wage bill 2017/18 included in salaries most expensive soccer player in the world. For the first is Paul Pogba with a weekly salary of £ 290,000 and then the second highest salary is a Manchester United player Wayne Rooney for £ 250,000 and the third is Zlatan Ibrahimovic for £ 220,000. But Rooney and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have not played for Manchester United start from this season. And for substitution, Manchester United buy a new player, Romero Lukaku.
For a complete view Manchester United players Salaries every week which sourced from more website for example guardian, premier league, and totalsportek. Following the table.
Manchester United Player Salary Weekly 2017/18 Season and Details Contract :
|Player||Weekly Wages||Age||Contract End|
|David de Gea||£200,000||26||2 Years (2019)|
|Sergio Romero||£50,000||30||4 Years (2021)|
|Joel Pereira||21||4 Years (2021)|
|Victor Lindelof (new signing)||£75,000||22||4 Years (2021)|
|Marcos Rojo||£70,000||27||2 Years (2019)|
|Phil Jones||£50,000||25||2 Years (2019)|
|Chris Smalling||£80,000||27||2 Years (2019)|
|Eric Bailly||£75,000||23||3 Years (2020)|
|Luke Shaw||£70,000||22||Last year (2018)|
|Antonio Valencia||£100,000||31||2 Years (2019)|
|Matteo Darmian||£60,000||27||2 Years (2019)|
|Daley Blind||£75,000||27||Last year (2018)|
|Ander Herrera||£75,000||27||Last year (2018)|
|Marouane Fellaini||£80,000||30||Last year (2018)|
|Michael Carrick (new deal)||£80,000||36||Last year (2018)|
|Nemanja Matic (new signing)||£120,000||29||3 Years (2020)|
|Juan Mata||£140,000||29||Last year (2018)|
|Jesse Lingard||£25,000||24||4 Years (2021)|
|Paul Pogba||£290,000||24||4 Years (2021)|
|Henrikh Mkhitaryan||£140,000||28||3 Years (2020)|
|Ashley Young||£110,000||32||Last year (2018)|
|Anthony Martial||£65,000||21||2 Years (2019)|
|Andreas Pereira||£10,000||21||Last year (2018)|
|Romelu Lukaku (new signing)||£200,000||24||5 Years (2022)|
|Marcus Rashford||£20,000||19||3 Years (2020)|
|Zlatan Ibrahimovic||35||Last year (2018)|
Manchester United players salaries may change at any time after the player doing a contract extension or make a new deal with Manchester United. If there are changes to the Football Player Pro will update the data above.