The annual earnings of Manchester United has gradually increased in previous years and currently United is the most marketable football in Europe as well as in the world. Their massive annual revenue all helped them to by-pass Real Madrid and Barcelona in terms of both profit and wage bill. The last year earnings of Manchester United has almost exceed £715 million out of which United has made £70 million profit.
Manchester United also holds the highest wage bill in Premier League as last season their wage bill was around £232 million. It is predicted that their wage bill will remain at same level in upcoming 2018-19 season as they are having very disappointing transfer window. Let’s take in-depth look at the entire United player contracts and annual salaries.
Manchester United Window Transfer 2017-18
Opposite to last season, Manchester United has remained depress with summer transfer window as they are having some serious issues with Mourinho. Though Manchester has also recruit two new players Fred for £50 million and Diogo Dalot for £18 million and these signings will definitely strength the squad of Manchester United.
Manchester United Wage Bill 2018-19
Manchester United holds very impressive record in Premier League as far as spending are concerned. United never feel shame to sign big names regardless of their expensive contracts. But over the past few years Manchester United wage bill has decreased due to departure of many high profile footballers including Rooney, Ibrahimovic and Schweinsteiger etc. The wage bill of United for the season 2017-18 estimated around £232 million and it is expected that it will remain same in the upcoming years.
Manchester United Players Salaries 2019
Currently Alexis Sanchez is the highest paid athlete for Manchester United as he is earning around £350,000 per week whereas the dispose off of Ibrahimovic and Rooney cause some serious reduce in their wage bill of Manchester United. The table given below provides all the details of Manchester United Players Contracts and Salaries 2018-19.
|PLAYER||AGE||WEEKLY WAGE||CONTRACT LEFT|
|David de Gea||26||£200,000||Last Year (2019)|
|Sergio Romero||30||£50,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Lee Grant||35||£20,000||2 Years (2020)|
|Joel Pereira||21||3 Years (2021)|
|Marcos Rojo (New Deal)||28||£80,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Phil Jones||26||£50,000||Last Year (2019)|
|Chris Smalling||28||£80,000||Last Year (2019)|
|Eric Bailly||24||£75,000||2 Years (2020)|
|Victor Lindelof||24||£75,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Antonio Valencia||32||£100,000||Last Year (2019)|
|Luke Shaw||23||£70,000||Last year (2019)|
|Ashley Young||33||£110,000||Last year (2019)|
|Axel Tuanzebe||20||2 Years (2020)|
|Matteo Darmian||28||£60,000||Last Year (2019)|
|Diogo Dalot (New Signing)||19||£50,000||5 Years (2023)|
|Fred (New Signing)||25||£120,000||5 Years (2023)|
|Namanja Matic||30||£120,000||3 Years (2020)|
|Ander Herrera||28||£75,000||Last year (2019)|
|Marouane Fellaini (New Deal)||30||£100,000||2 Years (2020)|
|Juan Mata||30||£140,000||Last year (2019)|
|Tim Fosu-Mensah||20||2 Years (2020|
|Jesse Lingard||25||£50,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Paul Pogba||25||£290,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Scott McTominay||21||£25,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Anthony Martial||22||£75,000||Last Year (2019)|
|Alexis Sanchez||29||£350,000||4 Years (2022)|
|Romelu Lukaku||25||£200,000||4 Years (2022)|
|Macus Rashford||20||£45,000||2 Years (2020)|
Manchester United is the most marketable FC of the world and their value is increasing day by day. In last season United has generated record revenue of around £165 million which also enabled them to overtake Real Madrid and Barcelona in terms of most marketable football clubs. The annual wage bill of Manchester United is also the highest in Premier League.
|2016-17 Total Revenue||£615m|
|Wage Bill (as of June 2016)||£232m|