Manchester United players will be left without a huge part of their salary



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Manchester United players will be left without a huge part of their salary

Manchester United failed to qualify for the Champions League, which was one of the main goals this season, and because of this failure, most players will be left without as much as 25 percent of their annual salary next season.

Behind United is one of the worst seasons in general and it is already known that the team will experience major changes this summer, including the arrival of new coach Erik ten Haag. Many players will leave, and most of those who stay will very much feel the results of the failure they have created this season as the biggest stars in their contracts have clauses on bonuses and penalties related to result in failures or successes.

The English media state that this season is a severe failure, so many will be left without as much as 25 percent of their salaries for next season. Most of them have a clause according to which they are obliged to reduce their salaries by 25 percent if the club fails to qualify for the Champions League.

Thus, the highest-paid players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, David De Gea, Jadon Sancho, and Raphael Varane, who earn more than 20 million euros a year, will certainly feel the reduction that awaits them in their bank accounts.

On the other hand, players such as Pogba, Matic, Lingard, or Mata, whose contracts expire at the end of the season, will avoid the reduction and will probably leave the club.

Ragnick is "not happy" with Manchester United's interim spell

"In the end, I'm not happy with the results, especially in the past four or five weeks," Ragnick added: "I'm not completely happy with those six months.

I would have expected to qualify for the Champions League; that was the goal we had." "We lost quite a lot of important players. From the team that won against West Ham (on January 22), for the next game three players were injured.

Other teams brought in players in the window." "We had good moments, we conceded fewer goals but in the last few weeks performances have not been as good as they should have been. In general, we have lacked consistency."