David de Gea the Premier League's highest paid player. See how other Manchester United players rank - in pictures

David de Gea the Premier League's highest paid player. See how other Manchester United players rank - in pictures
David de Gea the Premier League's highest paid player. See how other Manchester United players rank - in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - David de Gea - £375,000 per week. All figures according to spotrac.com. Reuters

Paul Pogba - £290,000. Reuters

Anthony Martial - £250,000. AFP

Marcus Rashford - £200,000. Reuters

Harry Maguire - £162,775. Reuters

Juan Mata - £160,000. Reuters

Luke Shaw - £120,000. AFP

Fred - £120,000. AFP

Victor Lindelof - £120,000. Reuters

Nemanja Matic - £120,000. AFP

Ashley Young - £120,000. Reuters

Aaron Wan-Bissaka - £90,000. Reuters

Eric Bailly - £80,000. Getty Images

Marcos Rojo - £80,000. Getty Images

Phil Jones - £75,000. Reuters

Jesse Lingard - £75,000. EPA

Sergio Romero - £70,000. Reuters

Lee Grant - £30,000. Reuters

Andreas Pereira - £30,000. AFP

Diogo Dalot - £25,000. EPA

Timothy Fosu-Mensah - £15,000. Getty Images

Scott McTominay - £10,000. Reuters

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