Manchester United Player Salaries and Wages 2015-2016

Manchester United Player Salaries: Manchester United secured lucrative champions league berth after finishing fourth 2014-15 premier league season and they have already forked out £80 million on buying 4 new players (Depay, Darmian, Schweinsteiger and Schneiderlin) and a got rid of some high wage contracts of Van Persie, Falcao and Nani.

Of the field they secured couple of massive deals in biggest shirt sponsorship (Chevrolet) & kit suppliers deal (Adidas) in the history of the club. Which means they will continue to buy top class players in coming years.

United’s wage bill was the highest in the league in 2014-15 season and although they discarded Van Persie, Falcao, Di Maria, Nani, Javier Hernendez and Rafael De Silva their wage bill might stay the same with replacements coming in the summer of 2015. United’s 2014-15 wage bill was £214 million.

Update: David De Gea has signed a new 4 year deal with United with an option for further 1 year and he will be earning a massive £200,000 a week.

Here is the complete Manchester United Player Salaries, first team squad contracts & weekly wages details which are sourced from BBC, Guardian, PremierLeague.com.

Manchester United Player Salaries 
Manchester United current wage bill is the highest in premier league with £214 million a year, followed by Man Citys £206.5 million. United’s highest paid player is Wayne Rooney who earns massive £260,000 a week.

List of Manchester United Player Salaries 

PLAYER

AGE

WEEKLY WAGE

CONTRACT LEFT

David de Gea (New Deal)

24

£200,000

(4 Year) 2019

Victor Valdez

33

£60,000

(1 Year) 2016

Sergio Romero (new Signing)

28

£50,000

(3 Year) 2018

Anders Lindegaard

30

£25,000

(1 Year) 2016

Marcos Rojo

24

£70,000

(4 Years) 2019

Phil Jones

22

£50,000

(1 Year) 2016

Chris Smalling (new deal)

25

£80,000

(5 Year) 2020

Patrick McNair

19

£25,000

(2 Years) 2017

Tyler Blackett

20

£20,000

(5 Years) 2020

Luke Shaw

19

£80,000

(3 Years) 2018

Matteo Darmian (New signing)

25

£80,000

(4 Years) 2019

Daley Blind

24

£75,000

(4 Years) 2018

Michael Carrick

33

£80,000

(1 Year) 2016

Morgan Schneiderlin (New signing)

24

£100,000

(4 Year) 2019

Bastian Schweinsteiger (New signing)

30

£200,000

(3 Year) 2018

Ander Herrera

25

£75,000

(3 Years) 2018

Marouane Fellaini

27

£80,000

(3 Years) 2018

Juan Mata

26

£140,000

(3 Years) 2018

Nick Powell

20

£5,000

(1 Year) 2016

Adnan Januzaj (Loaned out)

20

£40,000

(3 Years) 2018

Ashley Young

29

£110,000

(1 Year) 2016

Anthony Martial (New signing)

19

£65,000

(5 Year) 2020

Antonio Valencia

29

£70,000

(2 Years) 2017

Wayne Rooney

29

£250,000

(4 Years) 2019

James Wilson (new deal)

19

£5,000

(2 Year) 2017

Memphis Depay (New signing)

20

£90,000

(4 Years ) 2019

Manchester United Player Salaries 

Here is how Manchester United are doing in terms of finance with them failing to reach Champions League last season its effecting their 2014-15 revenue but with new deals with Cheverolet and Adidas coming into play next season they are on a right track after a lackluster 7th place finish in 2013-14 season.

 Details

Money

2013-14 Total Revenue

£363m

Commercial revenue

£153m

Broadcasting revenue

£102m

Matchday revenue:

£109m

Wage Bill (as of January 2015)

£214m

Transfer sales

£39.2m

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