- David De Gea is topping the list of highest-paid players at Manchester United
- The Spanish goalkeeper is collecting £375k a week salary at Old Trafford
- Nigerian striker, Odion Ighalo is taking home £125k every seven days
Spanish goalkeeper, David De Gea who is currently with Manchester United has emerged as the highest-paid footballer at the Premier League side with £375k a week salary.
Manchester United are among the richest and successful clubs in the world considering the achievement of the Red Devils since the side was created.
Last season, Manchester United failed to win any title in all competitions, but they did themselves lots of good by finishing among the top four.
With Ole Solskjaer and his wards given the target of bringing titles to Old Trafford, Daily Star however compiled the list of the highest earners at Old Trafford.
Nigerian striker, Odion Ighalo is occupying 8th position on the list of highest-paid players at Manchester United as he is collecting £125k a week.
See below the list of highest-paid players at Manchester United according to Daily Star
1. David De Gea on £375k a week
2. Paul Pogba on £290k a week
3. Anthony Martial on £250k a week
4. Marcus Rashford on £200k per week
5. Harry Maguire on £189k a week
6. Juan Mata on £160k per week
7. Luke Shaw on £150k a week
8. Odion Ighalo on £125k per week
9. Dean Henderson on £120k a week
10. Fred on £120k per week
11. Victor Lindelof on £120k
12. Nemanja Matic on £120k
Meanwhile, Manchester United are currently occupying 14th position on the Premier League table and they will be facing Brighton in their next game on the night of Wednesday, September 30.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Odion Ighalo has stated emphatically that he is ready to give his best whenever the Red Devils' boss call him into the squad.
Things have not been rosy for Odion Ighalo in the Premier League since he got to Old Trafford as Ole Solskjaer has not given him enough playing time.
In fact, Odion Ighalo has not started any Premier League tie for Manchester United and he has also not played more than 20 minutes.
Manchester United suffered an embarrassing home defeat in their first game of the season in the 2020/21 term and Ighalo came on with 10 minutes to the end of the encounter.
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