Jadon Sancho Salary and Contract Revealed After Manchester United Transfer
Jadon Sancho Salary and Contract: Jadon Sancho has finally completed his much-awaited transfer to Manchester United. The England international is set to become one of the top earners at the club, pocketing a rumoured £250,000-a-week.
Jadon Sancho, who spent the last 4 years of his career in the North-Rhine region becoming one of his generation’s most exciting young players, finalized his move back to Manchester, joining the Red Devils. The 21-year old will bolster the already stacked United frontline. Sancho is likely to direct competition to United academy graduate Mason Greenwood for a spot on the right flank.
The signing should help United kick on and add some trophies to their cabinet. The Manchester outfit has had a good but ultimately disappointing year, where they finished second in the league and succumbed to Villareal in the Europa League final.
Jadon Sancho Salary and Contract Details
According to The Athletic, Jadon Sancho salary is £250,000 a week at Man United for the first five years of his contract. In this way, he will make a total of £65 million.
Sancho may earn an additional £50k per week in bonuses on top of these salaries, for a total of £300k per week, £15.6 million per year, and £78 million over the course of his five-year contract.
|Contract Year||Base Salary||Weekly Wage||Weekly Bonus||Club|
|2021||£15.6 million||£250,000||£50,000||Manchester United|
|2022||£15.6 million||£250,000||£50,000||Manchester United|
|2023||£15.6 million||£250,000||£50,000||Manchester United|
|2024||£15.6 million||£250,000||£50,000||Manchester United|
|2025||£15.6 million||£250,000||£50,000||Manchester United|
Jadon Sancho contract at Manchester United worth £78 million, including weekly bonuses and yearly salary.
Manchester United Wage Structure
David De Gea is at the top of the list, earning £375,000 per week, or £19.5 million per year.
The players breaking the £200k mark are Paul Pogba (£290k), Anthony Martial (£250k), Edinson Cavani (£210k), and Marcus Rashford (£200k). Captain Harry Maguire earns £190,000 per week, while Bruno Fernandes, a two-time United player of the year, takes home £180,000.
14 first-team players earn £100,000 or more each week, with Luke Shaw (£150k) and Fred (120k) next on the list.