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13 Manchester United Players Currently Earn More Than Bruno Fernandes’ 100k-Per-Week Wage

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13 Manchester United Players Currently Earn More Than Bruno Fernandes’ 100k-Per-Week Wage

Bruno Fernandes is allegedly Manchester United's 14th highest-paid player and earns around £100,000-per-week.

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But he's still far down the pecking order at Old Trafford in terms of wages despite his importance to the team.

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Per The Sun, goalkeeper David De Gea is the club's highest earner with a reported £350,000-a-week contract.

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Paul Pogba is second highest with a £290,000-a-week deal ahead of fellow Frenchman Anthony Martial, who's on £250,000-a-week.

New summer signings Donny van de Beek and Edinson Cavani are also ahead of Fernandes right now.

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Manchester United salaries:

Player - Annual pay - Per week

David De Gea - £19.5 million - £350,000

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Paul Pogba - £15 million - £290,000

Anthony Martial - £13 million - £250,000

Marcus Rashford - £10.4 million - £200,000

Edinson Cavani - £10 million - £190,000

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Harry Maguire - £9.8 million - £189,000

Juan Mata - £8.3 million - £160,000

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Luke Shaw - £7.8 million - £150,000

Odion Ighalo - £6.5 million - £125,000

Fred - £6.2 million - £120,000

Victor Lindelof - £6.2 million - £120,000

Nemanja Matic - £6.2 million - £120,000

Donny van de Beek - £5.6 million - £108,000

Bruno Fernandes - £5.1 million - £100,000

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It could all change soon for the 26-year-old however, with United reportedly keen to tie him down to a new deal.

The Mirror claim Fernandes is in line to receive a new £200,000-per-week deal to fend of interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona.

He proved how valuable he is to the team on Saturday night, coming on at half time when United were down 1-0 to West Ham.

They'd go on to win the game 3-1 and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was pleased with the character shown by his side.

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He told Sky Sports per Football365: "At the end of the season, you don't care about the performance.

At the moment, we know there are things we need to improve on, especially the quality in the first half, some simple passes, simple touches that we didn't act as well as we should have.

"But then again second half, some of that quality came back, as it shows with the three goals. All of them were absolutely exceptional."

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Topics: Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba, nemanja matic, Football News, Donny van de Beek, David De Gea, Football, Manchester United, Man U, Man utd, Marcus Rashford, Edinson Cavani

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