- Manchester United's weekly wage bill was released online by The Mirror
- Sanchez, Pogba, Martial, De Gea and Romelu Lukaku are the top five earners
- Surprsingly, Rashford earns below, Bailly, Matic, Young, Mata, Rojo and others
Manchester United's weekly wage bill has been revealed and it is no surprise Alexis Sanchez is the highest earning player at Old Trafford.
According to The Mirror, the Chilean is reportedly earning a whopping £350,000-per-week, but the fee would increase to £500,000 if performance-based bonuses are triggered.
Paul Pogba is second highest earner with £290,000 while his international teammate Anthony Martial currently pockets £250,000.
High flying England striker Marcus Rashford who is hoping to sign a new deal that will shoot his weekly pay to £150,000 is on a £45,000-a-week.
David De Gea is United's fourth best earning player with £200,000 and the Red Devils are will to offer him a new £350,000 weekly wage but the Spaniard reportedly wants a staggering £500,000.
The lowest earners at the Theatre of Dreams include third goalkeeper Lee Grant whose only appearance was in the loss to Derby County in the EFL Cup and Scott McTominay who has 13 appearances.
Here is the full list, released by The Mirror:
Alexis Sanchez - £350,000-a-week
Paul Pogba - £290,000-a-week
Anthony Martial - £250,000-a-week
David De Gea - £200,000-a-week
Romelu Lukaku - £200,000-a-week
Luke Shaw - £195,000-a-week
Juan Mata - £140,000-a-week
Phil Jones - £120,000-a-week
Fred - £120,000-a-week
Nemanja Matic - £120,000-a-week
Ashley Young - £110,000-a-week
Jesse Lingard - £100,000-a-week
Antonio Valencia - £100,000-a-week
Marcos Rojo - £80,000-a-week
Chris Smalling - £80,000-a-week
Eric Bailly - £75,000-a-week
Victor Lindelof - £75,000-a-week
Ander Herrera - £75,000-a-week
Matteo Darmian - £60,000-a-week
Sergio Romero - £50,000-a-week
Diogo Dalot - £50,000-a-week
Marcus Rashford - £45,000-a-week
Scott McTominay - £30,000-a-week
Lee Grant - £20,000-a-week
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that Toni Kroos could finally be joining long term admirers Manchester United for just £50million this summer.
The Germany international agreed to join United from Bayern Munich in 2013 but Real Madrid diverted the move and signed the midfielder in 2014.