- Pogba and Sanchez are two of Manchester United's top earners this season
- The duo has a bonus system that favours them in earnings compared to the rest of the squad members
- The additional incentives have however torn United dressing room apart, with players citing unfairness
Tension has reportedly rocked Old Trafford after Manchester United players clashing over the club's bonus scheme that favours Alexis Sanchez and Paul Pogba.
Both Pogba and Sanchez rank as United's top earners in wages, and receive staggering amounts of bonuses for goals and assists in every match.
Despite his dipping form, Sanchez is said to be pocketing up to £75,000 for every appearance he makes for the Red Devils.
The Chilean further receives £75,000 for every goal he scores and £25,000 for every assist that leads to a goal.
Pogba, on his part receives £50,000 as bonus for every goal he scores and £20,000 for every assist he bags.
The pair's dividends are however now said to be causing friction in United's dressing room, with the UK Metro reporting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been left dealing with "rifts and jealousy" among players.
"The real problem is the incentive plan," UK Metro quoted an Old Trafford source.
"It has caused a lot of animosity and is as responsible for the lack of the recent failure of team spirit as anything else," the source added.
Meanwhile, Pogba and Sanchez have widely been linked with a move away from United in the summer, with Madrid plotting a bid for the former.
The Manchester outfit has endured a woeful Premier League campaign and are now set to miss out on Champions League football next season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has reportedly been issued a deadline by Real Madrid to complete a switch to the Santiago Bernabeu.
According to the report, French World Cup winner and Chelsea star Eden Hazard is one of the two top players Los Blancos boss Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is targeting, towards rebuilding the Galaticos squad ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
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