The highest paid players at Manchester United - in pictures

Who earns more - Bruno Fernandes or David de Gea?

Manchester United are enjoying a much-improved season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as they bid to end a four-year trophy drought in 2020/21.

While neighbours Manchester City have all but sewn up the Premier League title, United are leading the chasing pack and are on course for a return to the Champions League next term via a top-four finish.

They also have designs on winning the Europa League, where they are currently at the quarter-final stage.

A return to Europe's premier competition is the priority for Solskjaer. The Norwegian is improving with every season and looks to have finally assembled a squad to help restore United to frontrunners for major trophies.

You can see Manchester United stars and their salaries in the photo gallery above. To move on to the next image, click on the arrows, or if you're using a mobile device, simply swipe.

Who is the highest paid player at Manchester United in 2020/21?

Goalkeeper David de Gea again tops the charts as the highest earner at Manchester United.

The Spaniard is now in his ninth season at Old Trafford, but has seen his place come under threat from Dean Henderson after his impressive loan spell with Sheffield United.

According to Spotrac, an online sports team and player contract website, the Spaniard still takes home the biggest wage packet at Old Trafford – a whopping £375,000 a week (more than Dh1.8 million).

That amounts to an annual salary of £19.5 million for the United No 1.

The top 10 highest paid Manchester United players in 2020/21

1. David de Gea, £375,000 a week

2. Paul Pogba, £290,000 a week

3. Anthony Martial, £250,000 a week

4. Edinson Cavani, £210,000 a week

5. Marcus Rashford, £200,000 a week

6. Harry Maguire, £189,904 a week

7. Bruno Fernandes, £180,000 a week

8. Juan Mata, £160,000 a week

9. Luke Shaw, £150,000 a week

10= Fred, £120,000 a week

10= Victor Lindelof, £120,000 a week

10= Nemanja Matic, £120,000 a week

10= Donny van de Beek, £120,000 a week

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