Jadon Sancho's Man Utd wages revealed with England star set to get £350k a week – TRIPLE his Borussia Dortmund salary
JADON SANCHO looks set to become Manchester United's second-highest earner.
The England winger, 21, is closing in on a mega transfer from Borussia Dortmund.
The two clubs are finalising an agreement on the fee but, as revealed by SunSport, personal terms are already sorted.
Sancho will pen a five-year deal at Old Trafford worth £91million – or £350,000 per week.
That will see his wages more than trebled from the £100,000-per-week deal he is on at Dortmund.
And it will also see him among the very best-paid players in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad.
David De Gea remains the No1 – definitely on the wage bill and potentially between the sticks.
The Spaniard gets a whopping £375,000 per week at Old Trafford.
But Sancho looks set to jump ahead of the rest of the squad.
That means Paul Pogba would drop to third on the list with the Frenchman earning £290,000 per week.
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Anthony Martial (£250k), Edinson Cavani (£210k) and Marcus Rashford (£200k) are the others who break the £200,000 barrier.
Captain Harry Maguire pockets £190,000 per week while two-time United player-of-the-year Bruno Fernandes gets £180,000.
Sancho is likely to be in direct competition with fellow England international Mason Greenwood on the right wing.
But there is no comparison between the pair's potential pay cheques, with the Red Devils academy graduate set to earn just a tenth of Sancho's salary on £35,000 per week.
Sancho is currently on international duty with England.
But he is enduring a tough time at Euro 2020, playing just six minutes of football as a late substitute against Czech Republic.
The winger, though, insists he is fully focused on the Three Lions despite the ongoing speculation surrounding his future and reportedly telling team-mates he will be making the switch to Old Trafford.
He said: "I’m cool about it. There’s always going to be speculation, especially when you do well. It’s just how you handle that on the pitch.
"You’ve got to keep doing what you’re doing, if you keep on doing that then I’m sure that won’t be a problem.
“The main thing is my football and that’s what I’m focusing on at the moment.”
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