Lisandro Martinez's wages at Man Utd revealed and how does £55m transfer signing from Ajax compare to rest of squad? | The Sun

LISANDRO MARTINEZ'S salary has been revealed after his £55million move to Manchester United last week.

The Argentine international is set to join up with his new team-mates after quitting Ajax to reunite with Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford.


Martinez, 24, will pocket around £120,000 a week at Man United.

This puts him in a similar wage bracket to new team-mates Victor Lindelof and Fred.

The trio will all pocket around £6.2million-per-year.

Martinez will not earn as much as fellow defenders Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane.

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United's skipper reportedly earns £190k a week at Old Trafford, while Varane is claimed to take home a £340k weekly wage.

Their top earner remains wantaway star Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Portuguese star, who is being linked with Atletico Madrid, returned to United last year for £480k a week.

David de Gea is next on £375k, with Jadon Sancho having joined in 2021 for £350k a week.

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High earners Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani departed on free transfers at the end of last season, so next up is Bruno Fernandes who signed a £240k-a-week contract extension back in April.

Marcus Rashford pockets £200k a week, with Luke Shaw and new signing Christian Eriksen reportedly on £150k-a-week deals.

Full-backs Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Alex Telles will both earn less than Martinez – on £90k and £93k respectively.

While fellow centre-halves Eric Bailly and Phil Jones are reportedly on £80k and £75k deals.

Diogo Dalot is reportedly still on a £25k-a-week deal, while midfield regular Scott McTominay is claimed to be on £20k a week.


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