Manchester United are looking forward to making important of transfer decisions this summer. Already the red's have agreed in this summer with Real Madrid over the transfer of Casemiro as per Sunsport report.
According to Carlo Ancelotti the Real Madrid midfielder has as well decided to exit Los Blancos for a new challenge as per the report by Sunsport. While the same publication claim that there is an agreement between Casemiro and Manchester United on the player to earn £350k on weekly basis in a four-year deal as red's are set to part with £60m as transfer fee.
The Sunsport report has taken a look into the United wage bill now after the news on Casemiro transfer to Old Trafford. Their Portuguese international, Cristiano Ronaldo is the top earner in this summer with £480k weekly salary.
His followed closely by David de Gea who is getting £375m per week and now Casemiro will come third. But Sancho is on the same pay of £350k on weekly basis and then Varane on £340k as well as Martial with £250k.
Bruno will follow with £240m then Rashford in £200k so is their captain Harry Maguire at £190k and the last in the top ten will be Eriksen with £150k per week salary. But if there could be few more players coming in the summer transfer window the figures could change depending on the club agreement with the new players.
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