Manchester United: The dressing room will be shocked by the salary paid to Pogbas

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Manchester United have reportedly offered a new contract to Paul Pogba, who is free to leave the club at the end of June. But according to The Mirror, the salary paid to the French world champion will cause a stir in the locker room.

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500,000 pounds sterling (600,000 euros) per week. These figures would be in line with the XXL salary that would have been offered to Paul Pogba by the leaders of Manchester United. If these figures Mirror Real, the French world champion, whose contract with the Mancunian club expires in June, has a slim chance of becoming the highest-paid player in the Premier League.

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But it is believed the upgrade proposal would put the club in jeopardy. “Some players think it’s irrelevant that he can hit double to them when he hardly starts a game and talks about quitting all the time,” said an anonymous source quoted by the English tabloid.

Currently 5th highest paid player in Manchester

The 29-year-old midfielder’s current emoluments will reach 350,000 euros weekly. The highest paid Mancunian Cristiano Ronaldo will earn 540,000 euros per week. David de Gea will be second in this ranking, ahead of Jadon Sancho and Rafael Varane.

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Paul Pogba has played only 25 matches out of a possible 41 since the start of the season. Blame, in particular, of a muscle injury that kept him off the field between November and February.

At the end of March, “La Pioche” revealed that it has “not decided anything” for its future yet: “I can decide tomorrow, as I can decide during the transfer window. . I want to come back, finish. Weather well to prepare the world”. A few days ago, he also said that he wants to win the title “with Manchester or at some other club”. Because no line has been added to their club list since the League Cup and Europa League in 2017.

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