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Man United Net Worth 2019 and Current Players Salary Scale

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Man United Net Worth 2019 and Current Players Salary Scale

Man United Net Worth 2019 – Manchester United is the most successful English football club and one of the best worldwide. They also the world’s most expensive club thus they pay their players very high.

Man United Net Worth

Their yearly revenue has been consistently increasing over the past years and they are currently the most valued football club worldwide, overtaking both Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Manchester United had a net worth of over £715 million last year. However, they spent £232 million on players’ salary last season in the premier league. It is expected to remain the same this year, as they have had a very disappointing transfer window.

The breakdowns of Manchester United’s current players’ salary scale are as follows:

Manchester United Players Salaries

During the 2016-17 seasons Manchester United spent a massive £116 million on another three players, bringing in Paul Pogba, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Eric Bailly. Manchester United’s wage bill dropped this season to £203 million a year from £215 million last year after offloading a number of players.

Just before the beginning of the 2017-18 seasons, Manchester United spent a massive £147 million on three players.

Manchester United added Romelu Lukaku, Viktor Lindelhof and Nemanja Matic to the wage bill. At the same time they also re-signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a free transfer, although the Swede reportedly took a pay cut of around 50%.

Manchester United – New Arrivals

1. Fred- £52 million (Shakhtar Donetsk)

2. Diogo Dalot- £19 million (FC Porto)

3. Lee Grant- £1.5 million (Stoke City)

Manchester United Players Salaries

This is a list of the current players in Manchester United and their weekly salaries in tabular form.

Player Name and Age Weekly SalaryContract Year and until yearNational Team
Sergio Romero (30)£50,0004 years (in 2021)Argentina
Joel Pereira (21)Unconfirmed4 years (2021)Switzerland
David De Gea (26)£200,0002 years (2019)Spanish footballer
Chris Smalling (27)£80,0002 years (2019)England
Phil Jones (25)£50,0002 years (2019)England
Marcos Rojo (27)£70,0002 years (2019)Argentina
Antonio Valencia (31)£100,0002 years (2019)Ecuador
Victor Lindelof (22)£75,0004 years (2021)Sweden
Eric Bailly (23)£75,0003 years (2020)Ivory Coast
Daley Blind (27)£75,000last year in (2018)Netherlands
Matteo Darmian (27)£60,0002 years (2019)Italy
Luke Shaw (22)£70,000Last year (2018)England
Ander Herrera (29)£75,000Last year (2018)Spain
Nemanja Matic (29)£120,0003 years (2020)Serbia
Michael Carrick (36)£80,000Last year (2018)England
Jesse Lingard (24)£25,0004 years (2021)England
Juan Mata (29)£140,000Last year (2018)Spanish
Marouane Fellaini(30)£80,000Last year (2018)Belgium
Ashley Young(32)£110,000Last Year (2018)England
Scott Mc Tominay (21)£15,0003 years (2021)United Kingdom
Paul Pogba (24)£290,0004 years (2021)France
Macus Rashford (19)£20,0002 years (2020)England
Romelu Lukaku  (24)£200,0004 years (2022)Belgium
Alexis Sanchez  (29)£350,0004 years (2022)Chile team
Anthony Martial (21)£65,0001 year (2019)France

Manchester United Highest Paid Player

Manchester United is set to land Alexis Sanchez by making him the Premier League’s highest paid player from Arsenal team. According to the British Newspapers, the Chilean good striker would earn money between £400,000 and £500,000 per week before tax. In fact, Sanchez is the top highest paid player of the Man United.

Manchester United Revenue Financial Report

The Manchester United team is the world’s most expensive team. They produced record-breaking £715 million in yearly the team revenue which helps them overtake both Barcelona wages and Real Madrid team as the most effective football club.

Here is their salary revenue and commercial details below:

Revenue detailsTotal Money
Commercial Revenue£318 million
Total revenue of 2016-17 season£615 million
Revenue of match day£107 million
Broadcasting revenue£152 million
Transfer£142 million
Wage Bill£232 million

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