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As far as English football is concerned, Manchester United is the most successful club and is also one of the best, richest, influential, and one of the most expensive clubs in the world.

Par for the course, every player that wants to don the Red Devils’ jersey should either be the cream of the crop of players in the world, a top-class player, or a relatively good footballer that would be fit for a club like Manchester United.

Rather unfortunately, the current set of United’s players comprises of (no disrespect) average, extremely poor, and a couple of top-class footballers.

Although, the transfer market is quite inflated as of now – which is not the fault why players earn fat wages. But imperatively, every player that a particular club broke the bank for and also earns immense wages, should be able to deliver in an astonishing manner.

With the above said, Have you ever wondered which of these players is the highest paid? Or how the Manchester United player’s salary list look like?

We have the Manchester United Players Salaries list that will reveal how much each player earns weekly and yearly.

 

  • David De Gea – £19.5m Annually and £375k Weekly

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The 29-year old Spaniard is currently the player with the highest salary amongst the Red Devil’s players. The former Atletico Madrid shot-stopper moved to Old Trafford in 2011 and has since then been guarding Manchester United’s net.

His unorthodox, yet effective, goalkeeping style of making saves with his feet has made him become one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League and the world, he’s also one of the most experienced and longest-serving players of Manchester United.

  • Paul Pogba – £15m Annually and £290k Weekly

Manchester United Players' Salaries (Wages) 2020-21

Manchester United in the summer of 2016 broke the world record transfer fee to bring Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford having let him join Juventus in 2012 for a free.

The Red Devils coughed out £89m for the services of the French World Cup winner and given his fantastic performances in the last four years, Pogba has somewhat shown why he’s been rated as one of the best in his position today.

He’s the second-highest-paid player at United – he takes home a whopping £290k-per-week and his contract is set to expire in the summer of 2021.

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  • Anthony Martial – £13m Annually and £250k Weekly

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Given that he’s been at United since the summer of 2015, it’s hard to believe that Anthony Martial is still just 24 years old and he earns so much but could be so inconsistent and somehow lazy with his performances.

The French forward was the Red Devils’ central striker all through last season so much that in 32 matches, he netted 17 goals – the first time he’d do 12+ goals in the league since his arrival at the club.

His current contract of £250k per week was renewed in January 2019 and runs until the summer of 2024. With his form now beginning to match the potential he showed when he first arrived at Old Trafford, it looks like he could be a key player for United for many years to come provided he’s consistent and doesn’t give room for laziness.

  • Marcus Rashford – £10.4m Annually and £200k Weekly

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Next is English youngster, Marcus Rashford. The 22-year-old has become an integral part of United’s first team since he was introduced by erstwhile United manager, Louis Van Gaal.

Rashford started his United career on a high by scoring in every debut he made – UEFA Europa League debut, English Premier League debut, UEFA Champions League debut et all.

Since Rashford joined United’s first team in 2015, he has won the FA Cup, EFL Cup, and FA Community Shield. He currently pockets a sum of £200k weekly.

  • Harry Maguire – £9.8m Annually and £189k Weekly

Manchester United Players' Salaries (Wages) 2020-21

The 27-year-old center back was acquired from Leicester City during the summer of 2019 for a fee of around £80Million, which is a world-record fee for a defender.

The Red Devils have somehow looked like a team with a formidable defensive unit since the England international’s arrival. In the 2018/2019 season, United conceded more than 50 goals in the Premier League alone, thus making Maguire’s arrival last season a perfect fit.

Currently, the former Sheffield United and Leicester City defender is the club’s highest-paid defender on a contract worth £189k per week.

  • Juan Mata – £8.3m Annually and £160k Weekly

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Considered by pundits to be one of the best attacking midfielders of his generation, The 31-year-old Mata having played at Spanish sides, Valencia and Real Madrid Castilla joined United in 2014 from Chelsea.

Juan Mata is also one of United’s most highly paid, his current contract, which expires next year earns him £160k per week.

  • Luke Shaw – £7.8m Annually and £150k Weekly

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Shaw became the most expensive teenager in world football when he signed for United from Southampton. Currently, he is paid £150k per week.

Although, Shaw is a technically gifted football player but series of injuries has made Shaw not to be a regular player in United’s starting eleven.

  • Odion Ighalo – £6.5m Annually and £125k Weekly

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Ighalo may not be constant in Ole’s squad for every match but he’s sure one of Manchester United’s highest-paid players.

Having left the Premier League in 2017, Ighalo made a return to England in 2020, joining Manchester United on loan until the end of the season 2019/2020 season – to become the first Nigerian player to play for the club.

He pockets £125k per-week and his current loan deal at Manchester United runs till January 30, 2021.

  • Fred – £6.2m Annually and £120k Weekly

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Having joined United from Shakhtar Donetsk, Fred’s early days in England appeared to suggest that the Red Devils had wasted their money because he struggled for form and only made 17 Premier League appearances in the 2018-19 season.

But Fred showed flashes of greatness for United last season, displaying an excellent range of passing as well as plenty of commitment when it comes to the tackle.

He is currently paid £120k as his weekly wage while his annual salary stands at £6.2 million. His contract will expire in 2023.

  • Victor Lindelof – £6.2m Annually and £120k Weekly

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One of Jose Mourinho’s recruits at United, the Swedish defender joined the club in 2017, his currently one half of United’s current first-choice central defensive partnership with the Club captain, Harry Maguire.

Last season saw him shrug off criticism and he became an important player with the Old Trafford outfit. His most recent contract – signed in September 2019 – runs until 2024 and pays him a hefty £120k per week.

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  • Nemanja Matic – £6.2m Annually and £120k Weekly
  • Bruno Fernandes – £5.1m Annually and £100k Weekly
  • Aaron Wan-Bissaka – £4.6m Annually and £90k Weekly
  • Eric Bailly – £4.1m Annually and £80k Weekly
  • Phil Jones – £3.9m Annually and £75k Weekly
  • Jesse Lingard – £3.9m Annually and £75k Weekly
  • Sergio Romero – £3.6m Annually and £70k Weekly
  • Scot McTominay – £3.1m Annually and £60k Weekly
  • Daniel James – £2.3m Annually and £45k Weekly
  • Lee Grant – £1.5m Annually and £30k Weekly
  • Andreas Pereira – £1.5m Annually and £30k Weekly
  • Diogo Dalot – £1.3m Annually and £25k Weekly
  • Timothy Fosu-Mensah – £780k Annually and £15k Weekly
  • Axel Tuanzebe – £780k Annually and £15k Weekly

 

That is all for the current players at The Old Trafford while there are Joel Castro Pereira, Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, and Kieran O’Hara who play on loan for other clubs.

 

Which player do you think must be paid more? Or a player you think is overpaid? Let us know your opinion in the comment box.

 

 

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3 Premier League Flops Who Made It Big Elsewhere

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The English Premier League has welcomed some of the best players in the history of football. Players from different continents have made a huge impact on the league with impressive performances. There are others who failed to impress and can be termed as flops.

The League is quite unique from other European leagues. It is more competitive, fierce, physically challenging in nature. Needless to say, a player who isn’t mentally and physically geared up for this will stumble under the pressure.

Established stars can fall by the wayside with their former successes and triumphs becoming nothing more than a footnote in the EPL. Impressively, some of these players put in impressive performances when they moved to other leagues.

3 Premier League Flops Who Made It Big In Other Leagues

  • Paulinho

3 Premier League Flops Who Made It Big Elsewhere

Following the impending sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid, Tottenham bought several players, one of the players they bought was Paulinho.

Paulinho was signed from Corinthians in Brazil where he helped them win the Copa Libertadores, Brasileirao, and the FIFA Club World Cup.

They defeated Chelsea in the latter to lift the trophy. Importantly, he had just won the FIFA Confederations Cup with Brazil and was voted as the third-best player at the tournament.

He joined Tottenham as the club’s record signing in 2013, so a lot was expected of him. However, his performance was not as impressive as the club had envisaged. He was later sold to Guangzhou Evergrande in China at a loss.

The Brazilian’s transfer to the Chinese league resulted in a change of fortunes, as helped the club claim the Chinese league and the AFC Champions League title in his first season.

In the second, he was voted into the Chinese League team of the year in recognition of his performance. Also, he won the league, FA Cup, and Super Cup.

Although critics downplayed his performance, citing the standard of the Chinese league compared to the English league, Paulinho impressed in Spain too following a €40 million move to Barcelona.

Paulinho helped the club claim the league and the Copa del Rey trophy. His performance in his only season with Barcelona impressed Ronaldinho who said: “He really stood out.”

  • Iago Aspas

3 Premier League Flops Who Made It Big Elsewhere

Most Premier League fan remembers Aspas only as a Liverpool flop with the number 9 jersey. Aspas moved from boyhood club Celta Vigo to Liverpool for a deal estimated to be around £7.7 m, with Liverpool hoping to have unearthed a gem. However, that gem turns dregs, failing to score in any of his 14 league appearances.

After just one season, Liverpool decided that they have seen enough so they sent him on a season-long loan to Sevilla with an obligation to buy. In his season-long loan at the club, he was the joint top scorer in the Copa del Rey alongside Neymar with 7 goals and won the UEFA Europa League.

At the end of his season-long loan at Sevilla, the club signed him from Liverpool but sold him to Celta Vigo in the same transfer window. In every of his first 5 seasons at Celta Vigo, he scored in double digits.

In fact, in three of the 5 seasons, he won the Zarra Trophy awarded to the Spanish player with the most league goals in a season. As of December 2020, Aspas had won La Liga player of the month four times.

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  • Diego Forlan

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Perhaps, the most notable and interesting English Premier League flop who became a star in another League. He was not just impressive in another league; he was extraordinary with his National team Uruguay.

Sir Alex Ferguson signed Forlan in 2001 following the attacker’s impressive form at Independiente in Argentina. In his first season in England, Forlan made 18 appearances but failed to score a single goal. The two seasons after were not impressive either, hence his transfer to Villarreal.

Impressively, Forlan scored 25 league goals in his first season with Villarreal and won the league’s top scorers award (2004/05). Also, he was awarded the European Golden Shoe award alongside Thierry Henry the same year. He left the club two seasons later for Atletico with 59 goals scored in 128 matches.

In his second season with Atletico Madrid (2008/09), Forlan beat Samuel Eto’o to the Spanish league’s top scorer’s award. He scored 32 league goals in 33 league appearances that season which earned him the Pichichi trophy. Again, he won the European Golden Shoe but this time it was not shared with anyone.

The next season (2009/10), Forlan played a key role as Atletico won the Europa League. He scored six times in the tournament, including two in the 2-1 win over Fulham in the final. He was voted as the man of the match in the final.

With his national team, he was just as impressive; he scored the most goals at the 2010 FIFA World Cup alongside Thomas Muller, Wesley Sneijder, and David Villa.

Furthermore, he was voted into the FIFA World Cup dream team and won the Golden Ball and goal of the tournament title. By the time he retired, he was Uruguay’s highest goal scorer in history, a record which has since been broken by Luis Suarez.

Forlan eventually became so good that some Football fans think he is the caliber of player that could have won the Ballon d’Or.

 

Conclusion

There are several reasons why players struggle when they change clubs, especially to other countries. Culture, language, teammates, family are some factors that can affect their performances.

These 3 cases show that a player may fail to perform in one league but go on to become a star in another league.

 

 

 

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The beautiful game of football is arguably the only sport that entertains its fans with the opportunity to witness a genuine instance of sheer genius with a series of beautiful nutmegs. The display of skills, footwork, eye-catching dribbles by different players makes the game more entertaining.

A lot of players around the world can dribble, go past a defender with a single flick and pace. However, good dribblers can be considered as one of the most important key players of a team, as they can unlock any kind of defense.

There are tons of Football dribblers, but only the best have made it onto the CheapGoals list.

10. Roberto Rivelino

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Rivelino’s magic with the ball was unbelievable, doing things nobody ever has or will do on a football pitch, and also had a quality of certainty about himself when he was on the ball.

He would not only wind past his opponents but also mortify them and smash defenders’ confidence. Sudden speeding up, various body bluffs would see him outfox defenders on numerous occasions, as some would say Garrincha made the ball talk to his feet.

9. Pelé

Other than being authoritatively one of the best footballers to ever graced the beautiful game and lived with three World Cup medals, this iconic Brazilian player was incredible at dribbling. Being able to control the ball in front of defenders and going past them with ease and confidence is something an aspiring footballer would dream of.

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8. George Best

Undoubtedly one of England’s greatest players, having scored 137 goals in 361 appearances for Manchester United in a career that spread over more than a decade for the Red Devils. He had the confidence to make use of the ball within and outside of his boot so well that he could cut around players quickly and easily.

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7. Ronaldo

De Lima is known for dribbling past defenders and after that going ahead to score a goal. only a few players have aced the popular ‘step over’ dribble as Ronaldo always proved to be a match-winner time over time with his solo dribbles.

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6. Johan Cruyff

One of Cruyff’s best abilities was that he had the ability to recognize any weakness and shortcoming in a defender. Like De-lima, he had a move named after him called “The Cruyff Turn”. It would appear as though he was passing the ball to a teammate but instead to kick the ball, he would turn 90 degrees and drag the ball within his foot behind his back leg. This sudden 90-degree move always left the opponent over to the cleaners.

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5. Garrincha

Talking about football dribblers, Garrincha compared to Pele was generally viewed as the best dribbler ever. His extraordinary speed combined with his stunning ball control always leaves defenders powerless, and unfit to deal with his mesmerizing dribbles. At just 5ft 6inches Garrincha’s low center of gravity helped him weave around opponents effortlessly.

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4. Diego Maradona

Maradona uses a style of dribbling called “Gambetta” in which he would use his body position to trick into going the wrong way.

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Maradona is an impudent, supreme football dribbler – who uses his small stature to make an extraordinary impact which made him one of the best dribblers in football. His strength and control made it difficult to knock him off the ball.

3. Okocha

Considered by many as a standout amongst one of the most skillful players in football, he was commended for his abilities and inventiveness. only if his prime had lasted longer, he may very well have been crowned with Ballon d’Or but Okocha is one of the best football dribblers. Be that as it may, it always a joy to watch the Nigerian dazzle on the football pitch.

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2. Ronaldinho

The former PSG forward and Brazil legend came into the limelight amid his time with Barcelona scoring 70 goals in 145 caps for the club. Dinho brought his mesmerizing pattern of football from the streets of Brazil onto the world stage, and defenders couldn’t deal with his skills and frills.

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Every little thing about him appeared to be so superb. From his sly bluffs to his sudden change in increasing speed, all that he did was accompanied by a smile all over his face. His most popular trick was  ‘Snake Bite’ where he would trick defenders by pushing the ball sideways, however, all of a sudden pulling the ball back the other way. He is considered one of the best football dribblers.

1.Lionel Messi

Having for all intents and purposes wins everything minus a World Cup, the four-time Balon d’Or winner is magnificently unstoppable on his day. The Barcelona forward has scored lots of stunning goals, beating three, four, even five players before firing it in the back of the net.

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Honourable Mentions

Mathias Sindelar, Zinedine Zidane, Micheal Laudrup, Adama Toure, Magico Gonzalez, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar Jr, Ariel Ortega, Eden Hazard,Dennis Bergkamp.

 

This is CheapGoal’s top 10 football dribblers, if any of our loving readers feel otherwise or have their preferred special list, pls don’t hesitate to drop and comment…

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