Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag is arguably trying to build unstoppable squad in the premier league after literally completing the signing of Tyrell Malacia from Feyenoord.
However according to the Sun Football, United's dressing room isn't at well following a reduction in wages of key players like Christiano Ronaldo and co's after missing out on UEFA champions league qualifications.
United's decision to slash wages has apparently caused Ronaldo to seek for a surprising exit away from Old Trafford after being handed a leave with uncertainty surrounding his Australia tour.
The 37 year old was taking home a £480k per week salary and now he's only entitled to £360k per week salary after a 25% reduction, something that has triggered his interest in signing for Chelsea.
Meanwhile, United will face Liverpool and Athletico Madrid in their preseason friendlies that's expected to happen next week.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think wage reduction is a good thing for Man United's players considering last season's poor results?
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