Manchester United highest-paid player behind Cristiano Ronaldo: £375K a-week-icon set to depart club after 11-year career

Following Cristiano Ronaldo’s mutually agreed-upon contract termination, Manchester United is now focusing on reassembling the squad. After a long 11-year tenure, the highest-paid player on this squad will likely bid farewell to the “Theatre of Dreams.”

The controversy surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer has divided United supporters, and the manager ultimately closed the door on the 37-year-old Portuguese player following a disagreement in opinion. The legendary footballer then decided to exit the club with a lucrative contract from Al Nassr made hard for the Portuguese to refuse.

David De Gea has become the most popular person among Manchester United supporters Since his introduction at Old Trafford from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and is currently the team’s longest-serving player. Managers have relied on him heavily season after season and relied upon him with their team’s success.

The situation on the red side of Manchester is a little chaotic as a result of the ongoing riot by Man Utd supporters against the Glazer family, and the club’s highest-paid player, David De Gea, who currently earns $375k per week, will be forced to leave.

Eric Ten Hag and his team have a world-class goalkeeper in Dean Henderson, who is currently with Nottingham Forest. Henderson is having a fantastic season and could be crucial for Forest to avoid relegation, and Man Utd will surely bring him back for the forthcoming campaign.

Martin Dubravka, who joined Manchester United on a season-long loan from Newcastle United after appearing in just two games for the “Red Devils,” has been called back by the Magpies as a backup for Nick Pope since Karl Darlow has been out for a long time.

There has been much speculation about bringing in a new goalkeeper, with Yan Sommer potentially emerging as an option. While nothing has been confirmed, United will undoubtedly look to exploit the transfer market.

Who will stick to the post for Manchester United in the coming season will be assessed, and with the next few months dictating things, it is much more likely than ever that ‘DaveSaves’ will be sacrificed after his long and successful career.

Salah Uddin Rafi

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Sports Content Writer. Covering F1, Tennis, Naskar and mostly Soccer. Graduated from Jahangirnagar University. A game of football is relentlessly uncompromised because passion runs thick through the veins.


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